Monday, July 6, 2009

A touch of pink now . . . a touch of pink later!

The pale, pink beauty
was in its glory. . .
Petals flung wide
to show off its heart shapes--
Layer upon layer.

Surrounded by its young kin
whose life was just beginning. . .
but providing a royal court.

Later . . .
Each would get their turn
with their own royal court --
except the last which would stand alone
in solitary glory.


Love Bears All Things said...

Mama Bear

Lilli & Nevada said...

Now that is beautiful both flower and verse

Malyss said...

I'm so happy you decided to post both poetry and picture! How lovely and beautyful! Go on Paulie!
Both are full of charm.

RuneE said...

Very delicate pink - with words to match.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Mmmmm. I bet the aroma is wonderful. I LOVE roses that look almost wild. ;-)

SandyCarlson said...

Beautiful poem, Paulie. Just lovely.

Linda said...

A lovely pink rose - I love pink and I love roses. A perfect combo,

Cindi said...

Gorgeous...absolutely gorgeous. As I've mentioned many times, I just love pink flowers!

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