Flower Poems

Poems on The Beauty of Flowers

Can one conceive of any reason for a flower's beauty excepting our ability to enjoy their exquisite splendor? Of course there are scientific reasons for flowers beautiful colors such as attracting animals to spread nectar and enabling them to reproduce. Just the same, there could have been many other ways to allow for plant species to reproduce. It is my belief that the world is beautiful so that we could have the pleasure of enjoying it. A flower is a testimony that the world is designed for our enjoyment.

Nature Poems about Flowers


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  1. I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud

    I wandered lonely as a cloud
    That floats on high o'er vales and hills,
    When all at once I saw a crowd,
    A host, of golden daffodils;

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    My brother Vincent told me about this poem during one of our first escapades to the Himalayas. Absolute stunner.

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  3. Nature's Way

    Poem About Smiling Makes The World A Better Place

    Is there anything as tranquil
    As a brightly glowing jonquil
    That stands in sweet serenity,
    A part of nature's tapestry?

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  4. Flowers

    Poem About Human Characteristics Of Flowers

    They have no mouth, but seem to speak
    A thousand words so mild and meek.

    They have no eyes , but seem to see

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    A marvelous little poem that's simple but very elegant and beautiful to read. Thank you for writing it, and please keep up the good work.

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  6. Crimson Rose

    • By Sylvia Winters
    • Published: March 2013

    A sign of beauty,
    A symbol of grace.
    Its pride runs strong
    At a very fast pace.

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  7. A Flower

    • By Aldora Sparrow
    • Published: October 2008

    Have you ever heard
    of a flower that never needs
    Water, soil, or sunshine?

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    Great poem! Hats off to the author. I have had flowers like that, but the prettiest and the biggest was a rose. I called her mother!!
    Jac Judy A. Campbell

  8. O Flower!

    • By Sarthi
    • Published: June 2009

    O flower! Attired in pure natural innocence,
    Thou are ignorant of thy enchanting aroma,
    Unaware of thy Charm,
    Dances freely with flirtious breeze,...

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    A very well versed poem, your admiring style gets me close. For in my village I used to see many kinds of flowers, dealt with dews and get cleared by sun rise. A routine that happens brought...

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  10. Flowers

    • By Rola Barbakh
    • Published: June 2011

    You might think
    A bunch of plants
    Are not special
    In any way....

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  11. Easy To Grow

    • By Constance Kettle
    • Published: June 2011

    We carefully tuck them
    All into their beds,
    Then pinch, poke, and coax them,
    Remove their spent heads....

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  12. Speechless Messages

    A flower exudes
    Flush of fragrance
    When trampled over.

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  13. Rose In Full Bloom

    • By Ishan Malik
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Roses

    Rambling down a cobbled pathway,
    I stumbled upon a wild rose,
    Deep garnet red,
    Velveteen petals each curled to perfection,...

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    I love this poem! Absolutely stunning use of words and a cute ending.

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