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The Blossoming of Spring's Rosebuds

"O'er the field of bloom, a fragrant scent doth waft."

By Vicky TenthPublished 4 months ago 1 min read
The Blossoming of Spring's Rosebuds
Photo by Evie S. on Unsplash

In fields and meadows, by streams and brooks

The flowers did grow, in all their nooks

Their petals soft, their colors bright

They brought joy and peace, in the darkest night

But alas, my lady, for all is not well

For the world is dark, and dangers dwell

In the shadows, lurk the evil ones

Who seek to destroy, the beauty that's won

But fear not, fair maid, for I am here

To defend the flowers, and banish fear

With sword and shield, I'll fight for you

And keep you safe, in all you do

For I am a knight, of noble birth

And chivalry is my guiding mirth

I'll lay my life down, for your sake

And for your love, I'll gladly stake

So fear not, fair maid, for I am near

To protect you, and banish fear

For you are my lady, and I am yours

Together, we'll face whatever doors

And though the world may seem unkind

And the evil ones, may seem to find

Us wherever we go, we must not despair

For together, we'll conquer and we'll fare

love poems

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Vicky Tenth

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