Wisteria from primrose;
May rosemary ever remain!
Lots of sweet basil I’ll send to you,
Spearmint and blue periwinkle retain. 

       Globe amaranth and bell flower,
Purple columbine from above,
Red and white roses with bluebells,
Pansies, red chrysanthemum.

Peppermints will not cool,
Blue violets will never fade,
Honeysuckles will ever flourish,
White periwinkles are here to stay.

Blue salvia with apple blossom,
Garden chervil and great regard
You are my angelica!
White clover from afar!

Cherel S. Justice

 Zinnia means Thoughts of an Absent Friend. This poem is written in the coded Language of the flowers. My poem Thoughts of An Absent Friend is the same poem in a translated form. I just thought it was fun. Hope you enjoy!



About Cherel

I love to read. I also enjoy journaling, writing poetry, sharing faith and encouragement with others, and blogging! Hope you are blessed by my site.
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One Response to Zinnia

  1. I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog.

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