Posted by: miilee | April 17, 2010

To The Weed Flower


Each morning you arise, with a bright and perky hue.

No vase do you require, just a touch of simple dew.

You wave to me from the sill, like a charming old neighbor.

You watch me work all day; you watch my toil and labor.

Your patient, friendly countenance takes my fatigue away.

Just a gentle sway from you adds freshness to my day.

Such a tiny soul you are, but such joy to me you bring.

Your little leaves and petals add charm to everything.

The Rose, they call her regal; Of the Carnation, they think no less.

But to my world-weary sight, Darling, you’re priceless!

For the Rose may stand in her pride, until the moment she crumbles.

But before your gentle charm, My Love, even the mighty Carnation humbles.

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Responses

  1. Wah wah that was dope!!

    • lol…. I’m glad u liked it.. 🙂 two hindi poems, one english… now i think i’ll put up a marathi one too….

  2. Sweetly Beautiful..!!!! 🙂 its jus simply lovely..

    • Thanks Michael.. 🙂

  3. Amazing stuff!!i loved it

    • Thanks becka!! and welcome to my blog..!! hope you really go ahead and make one for yourself… 😉

  4. awww so sweet…loved it 🙂

    • 🙂 thanks..!!

  5. I’m not a big fan of poetry

    http://gtoosphere.blogspot.com/2010/02/comedy-is-opposite-of-poetry.html

    please revert back to prose…. 🙂

  6. Very fresh and metaphorical…read a second piece after ‘Daffodils’ which makes me feel the tenderness of tiny thing.

    Keep pouring!

    • gee thanks!! i’m glad u liked my work… 🙂

  7. Nice, weed. 🙂

    • Lol…!! thanks!!!

  8. Fresh and intoxicating! 🙂

    • Thanks buddy… 🙂


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