The Nature of Flowers

They come out in the spring
need very little care
it’s part of their nature  

In fact they ask for none
might even grow unplanned
somewhat ubiquitous
wild in nature

You may think they’re aloof
or perhaps unfriendly
but on the contrary
they give out warmth

They have one specialty
draw smiles out of humans
just by looking at them
joy is their traits

They’re radiant in nature
their impact's vivacious
playful is their language
brighten our days

Photo by Jen Theodore on Unsplash

My choice of flower is Daisy. The poem is written in Abhanga.

Tanka Tuesday Weekly Poetry Challenge #223 – Theme prompt. The prompt this time is:

“Pick a Flower” and using one of the syllabic forms we use, tell us why it is special to you.

#NaPoWriMo2021 – Day 29

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