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To Pick an Oxeye Daisy

by Marilyn Glover 5 months ago in love poems


To Pick an Oxeye Daisy
Photo by Herbert Goetsch on Unsplash

May you always recall the day we met

Mid month in June; my skies were so hazy

Of all flowers blooming, you could beget

You only saw me; an oxeye daisy


Simple and free like a breath of fresh air

My petals stood tall withstanding the rain

All weeds around me caused not one despair

Rooted in rich soil, combating the grain


With your ginger fingers and berry lips

You held me constant like a kiss of gold

Wedding bells rang causing flower eclipse

Planting seeds of morrow; low and behold


The most precious bud is said quite often

Under your nose; your senses must soften

love poems

Marilyn Glover

I am a seasoned hospitality professional and aspiring writer. I especially love poetry and experimenting with different styles. My inspiration comes from personal life events and I am known to root for the "underdog." I am 49 years young.

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