Sunday, December 20, 2009

First Flower


The first flower of Summer
Like the blush of new love
We know it's there waiting
Just to grow and burst forth.

And one day it delights us
With petals in full bloom
Like the love in our heart
It can't come too soon...

Dianne D.

28 comments:

Craftsman of light said...

your heart is beautiful as that flower....and even more.
keep writng and fill the air with the scents of your soul.
col

foam said...

the first flower of summer ..
we have the first snow of winter ..
how lovely this poem is.
it's filled with hope ..

hope the summer fires stay far away from you.

Pete Bogs said...

Summer? Look at your calendar! It is winter. What kind of upside down place do you live in anyway?


:-)

HLiza said...

We have the first signs of non-stop rainy days to come here! But the plants love it..First flowers are always special..

dianne said...

Thank you so much Craftsman of Light , for visiting my blog, that is a lovely compliment and sweet of you to say so. ♡

dianne said...

Thank you dearest Foamy , I'm pleased that you liked my little poem, I was going to post a photo of my 'first lily' of Summer but decided on the rose as it has a blush of pink and went with the poem...I am happy Foamy, good to let go of the past. ♡

The first snow of winter, that would make a lovely subject for a poem...you are certainly getting plenty of snow, I saw the US weather on the news and that photo you posted is beautiful...we could do with some cool here and thanks, no fires so far.
I was thinking of you last night and this morning, I hope the roads will be safe for you soon. ♡

dianne said...

Yes, dear Pete

it is well and truly Summer here, I think I would prefer to be born and live in the Northern Hemisphere where you have real seasons, I would love a white Christmas. ♡

dianne said...

Thanks dear HLiza
Yes First flowers are always lovely,I can imagine that you live in a very tropical climate with many exotic flowers and lots of Summer rain, yes the flowers love it, I'm hoping we get some rain soon as it is very dry here. ♡

J Cosmo Newbery said...

All my roses have thrip. Still smell nice though. Does that apply to love too?

dianne said...

No thrip on my roses dear
J Cosmo
, well not as far as I can see... roses always have a lovely perfume.
I don't know that love itself has a fragrance, though I guess when one thinks of the one they love they have a fragrance of their own...I like to think of love as meadows of flowers and sparkling dew drops warmed by the morning sun. ♡

The Phosgene Kid said...

Shape of the petals really reminds me of something, just can't place it. Hmmmm...

dianne said...

Hmmmmm... Phossy dear, I wonder, are we not all flowers? ♡

Corby said...

pretty :-) How I long for summer!

-Corby

dianne said...

Thanks dear Corby

I guess when you are in the grip of a very cold winter you are looking forward to Summer, me, well I'm looking forward to Autumn and some cooler days. ♡

/t. said...

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wishing you & yours
a wonderful christmas, dianne

× × ×

/t.

Little Lamb said...

That's a very pretty flower. It's hard to believe that you're on the other side of the world and having a different season.

Shweta Tiwari said...

very beautiful flower and lovely poem Dianne..

Sarah Sofia Ganborg said...

have a really nice Christmas and I hope also a good new year's eve!
love, SSG

ANNA-LYS said...

God Jul!

Hope You will have a lovely Yule Season,
as lovely as this post and rose!

(( hug ))

From a snow-white Sweden

dianne said...

Thank you dear /t.

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May the blessings of Christams be with you and your family and loved ones.

xoxo ♡

dianne said...

Thank you dear Lil Lamby ,
yes it is a pretty flower.
I hope you are having a mild winter, it is just too hot here at present, looking forward to some cooler days.
xoxo ♡

dianne said...

Thank you Shweta dear, yes it is a lovely flower and I'm pleased you liked my little poem.

Take care dear,
love Dianne xo ♡

dianne said...

Thank you so much Sarah dear,
I wish you a lovely Christams and a wonderful New year.
Love Dianne xoxo ♡

dianne said...

Thank you dear Anna-Lys I'm pleased that you liked the rose and my little poem.

I wish you a lovely Christmas season as well and wish I was there to see that beautiful white snow, you must be a Swedish Snow Princess in your palace of Winter White. :) ♡

((hugs to you too))

puerileuwaite said...

Very nice poetry, Dianne. And unlike me, you kept it short and elegant. I would have rambled on about fungus and aphids.

dianne said...

Thank you my sweet, I'm pleased that you enjoyed my little poem, yes I kept it short for that is all I had to say really.
I think my rose there might have some insect eating it, maybe it does has aphids? :) ♡

Leovi said...

Very nice poetry, and love is like a flower, suddenly emerges and fades with time.

dianne said...

Thank you dear Leovi .

xoxoxo ♡