Lessons from a flower #WordlessWednesday 63

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A bloom to relish

For a little while

While it lasts.

A lesson it shares,

Of humble and flourish.

Dried it will be soon,

With no charm,

Neither glossy and radiant,

Petals one by one,

Awaiting its imminent fall.

A lesson to learn,

From this bloom,

To never hide your value,

However small or short it may.

What good it is

To be haughty and  smug

Over your beauty and flair?

All will be lost tomorrow

When the sun shines a little too bright

Yet, nothing is lost forever

Because persistence will see you

Blossom and prosper again.

Cherish this bloom

While it lasts

Gracious as ever.

Joining The Tuesday Platform by Imaginary Garden with Real Toads,

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Esha and Natasha for Wordless Wednesday this week.

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9 thoughts on “Lessons from a flower #WordlessWednesday 63

  1. There’s so much to learn from Nature. But how many of us have time to think and ponder about it? Loved these words of yours. Very thought provoking.

    BTW I have nominated you for the Sunshine Blogger Award which I hope you will accept


  2. These are such beautiful lines and I felt compelled to scroll up to reach the beginning of the poem to read it once again till the end. When one looks at a flower, one may appreciate the work of nature in terms of the colours and beauty but to derive a lesson from even a small flower requires much of emotional intelligence.


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