Read my original nature poems right here!

Read my original nature poems right here!

14 Poems About Flowers

Original Poems About Flowers

1.

I slept too long
in fields of flowers

and moths
chewed through my pockets

but that’s okay
they were empty
and I’m surrounded
by flowers

8/6/23 by PineTreePoet

2.

I should’ve been born a hummingbird
so I could just enjoy life’s sweetest things
like laughter, love, and lupine
bluebonnet fields all mine

8/6/23 by PineTreePoet

3.

Flowers bow
as bees kiss them
happy to hear their buzz

for bees are the sweetest little creatures
and they kiss flowers
just because

8/31/23 by PineTreePoet
Lake Johnson Meadow, Raleigh, NC

4.

We planted sunflowers
by the sidewalk
and for weeks
they smiled at passersby

but none of the people
smiled back
now all the sunflowers
have withered and died

it wasn’t the heat
or the wretched concrete
and certainly not
the stomping of feet

it was gluttony and pride
forever beside
that capital place
where beauty had tried

9/2/23 by PineTreePoet
Raleigh, NC

5.

Flowers in the mountains
have a particular way
of making me smile
at the ground.

5/16/21 by PineTreePoet

6.

Lovingly
longingly
laughingly
I brush the tops
of wildflowers
with my hand

6/19/21 by PineTreePoet

7.

It’s amazing
how much little bees
love little meadows
and how much
people gripe
about cutting their grass.

8/31/23 by PineTreePoet
Raleigh, NC

8.

The sun took his descent
and the flowers bowed away
they tucked their petals close
in that same
splendid shutting
the end of every summer day.

7/7/21 by PineTreePoet

9.

Pine trees wear long dresses
and flowers pretty crowns
and we
well we just pace and pace with anxiety
about our concrete towns

5/9/21 by PineTreePoet

10.

Her eyes were stars,
her hands, nighttime flowers,
and her toes
well those
were just toes
but they were perfect.

6/24/21 by PineTreePoet

11.

Endless company
flowers smiling and asking
“how do you do?”

Surrounded by
buzzing bees and sunshine
I’m wonderful, it’s true

8/31/23 by PineTreePoet
Lake Johnson Meadow, Raleigh, NC

12.

She put a flower in her hair
and around she spun
under the great, hot sun
and I couldn’t imagine
even a painting of much value
better done

8/21/21 by PineTreePoet

13.

Flowers growing
happily
from cracked rocks
and me

well
I think I found my answer

6/9/21 by PineTreePoet

14.

Flowers and trees:
their floral and piney
breaths of summer air

and not without a fight
they’d take me away
back to some bright screen
and that plastic, well-sat
comfortable chair

7/19/21 by PineTreePoet

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George Callahan is the creator of Pine Tree Poet. He is an author of fantasy stories and an adventure poet. He prefers mountains and pine trees to most other things, and usually takes his dog Cowboy along for the ride.

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