Summer's beauty has danced through my flower garden. A lovely pink primrose has tread across each barren spot, and set ablaze a pink fire that screams in the summer's sun.


Dancing through the Garden



A plant, a primrose,
Has jumped its fence
Seeding itself in the sun.

It ran through the daisy's,
White as snow, and Iris
With its bearded flower.

Purples and pink,
The primrose danced
Into the dragons snapped in two,

Into the phlox,
Colored in purple
And danced the day away.

The thyme, spared not
The primrose march,
As summer grew it's tiny bloom.

Clematis, majestic and free,
Found primrose sleeping
On its stringy feet,

Wandering in the sedum,
On its way to the lilac,
Primrose swirls and prances,

And nestles this season,
So gentle and silent,
In the shaded arms

Of heather and rose,
To rest this season,
While dancing in summers race.





Poetry by Morpheus
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Written on 2006-06-17 at 18:18

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Kathy Lockhart The PoetBay support member heart!
What beauty you have described with all these wonderful flowers. I love that primose -such free spirited flower. Dainty in its looks but powerful in its purpose. This was wonderful. :)) kathy
2006-06-21


Zoya Zaidi
So many flowers in your garden, Morpheus!
Ican smell the fragrence, it reaches me uptil here.
**hugs**
Love, xxx, Zoya
2006-06-18


Arti
I'm seeing a garden in my mind - Beautful garden there!
I love this part:
"And nestles this season,
So gentle and silent,
In the shaded arms

Of heather and rose,
To rest this season,
While dancing in summers race."
((hugs))
Arti.
2006-06-18