Lavender Hearts



Misty evening settled,
As I braided gently,
The purple petals,
Adorned with the parsley leaves,
Blowing in the frail cold breeze.

Fragrant flowering scent,
Enchanted my soul,
 With the aromatic fragrance,
Like a young new foal,
Freshly bloomed folds.

White cotton stained yellow,
In the cocktail blue sky.
Floated up high hundreds in row,
Radiating the silverish strand glow.

The florals tickled my legs,
The pigeons cooed,
On a distant old tree,
And so did that egg me on,
To forage the birdies.

Following the sounds,
I reached there to find out,
Them building a sweet home,
For their babies so that they can grow,

Not having enough twigs,
Was the unfortunate thing,
But I knew how to make things right,
The idea clicked in my mind.

Rambling down the plain,
I took the flower braids,
And gave them a home with my art,
Of the lovely lavender hearts.

About this poem

This poem is for all the ardent nature lovers to experience the tranquilness of nature through these words and for others to fall in love with the beauty of nature.

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Written on October 07, 2022

Submitted by on October 07, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Scheme ABXXC XDXDX EXEE XABXC XXXE XXXX XXXX
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 855
Words 185
Stanzas 7
Stanza Lengths 5, 5, 4, 5, 4, 4, 4

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Anannya Tiwary is a 16 years old teenager who spends her leisure time in writing poems and learning piano. As an ardent book lover, she loves reading sci-fi books and classics. more…

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