The Cherry Blossom Tree

Soft pink petals dancing in the sun,
A new beginning, spring has begun,
Your radiant beauty brings me joy and peace,
God's richest blessings that never cease.

Everyone loves you cherry blossom tree,
You are a beautiful sight for all to see,
Your sweet fragrance fills the air,
And all I can do is stop and stare.

A few short weeks and your bloom has gone,
But my memory of you still lingers on,
Through the seasons until the following May,
Where you will bloom another day.

About this poem

A poem about a cherry blossom tree. It is also about how life is so fleeting and ends quickly but there is hope and the cherry blossom will bloom another day. Kim Hamilton

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Submitted by Blossoming on April 24, 2024

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Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 475
Words 100
Stanzas 3
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 4

Kimberley Hamilton

New poet just starting out. Kim Hamilton is from Belfast in Northern Ireland. Loves nature and poems on faith. more…

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  • Chana
    You inspired me to write my own cherry blossom poem: )

    Everyone loves you spring cherry blossom tree
    You bring out the young spirit within me
    You appear so bright yet so gentle as baby pink
    A subtle reminder that it's once again spring

    With each and every tree I pass by
    Your beauty inspires me another time
    What a rich blessing have we
    Everyone loves you spring cherry blossom tree
    LikeReply 121 days ago
    • Blossoming
      beautiful poem. The Cherry Blossom's are lovely.
      LikeReply1 day ago
  • LatinX
    Beautiful poem
    LikeReply 122 days ago
  • Soulwriter
    This beautiful verse is begging for an accompanying AI image :)
    LikeReply 222 days ago
  • Chana
    "Everyone loves you cherry blossom tree"! Oh I love this poem so much.
    LikeReply 122 days ago
  • rosyjane007
    expressive poetry.
    LikeReply 123 days ago
  • one.ournewecho
    Your poem invokes joy and beauty of nature.
    LikeReply 324 days ago
    • hamiltonkim03
      thank you very much. I am glad you like the poem. Kim
      LikeReply24 days ago
  • jerrywlawrence2666
    Very Natural & Beautiful Piece. Classic. That Such Pleasing Things Still Exist Theze Dayz Iz The TRU Treasure.
    LikeReply 125 days ago
    • hamiltonkim03
      many thanks I am glad you liked the poem. Kim
      LikeReply25 days ago
  • talygarza
    Lovely celebration of nature and its flourishing during spring through the device of trees, expressed with clarity without excess.
    LikeReply 125 days ago
    • hamiltonkim03
      many thanks. I am glad you liked the poem. Kim
      LikeReply 125 days ago
  • hillarychristians25
    Lovely poem, a pleasant read
    LikeReply 127 days ago
  • kem330
    Nice poem. Enjoyed it very much. Great job!
    LikeReply 127 days ago
  • hamiltonkim03
    Thank you so much. Kim
    LikeReply27 days ago
  • Davismatt926
    Nicely done ✔️
    LikeReply 128 days ago
  • AIDA
    Wow, 'The Cherry Blossom Tree' poem is absolutely delightful! The imagery of soft pink petals dancing in the sun and the mention of God's blessings are truly heartwarming. The poem evokes a sense of joy and appreciation for the beauty of nature.

    One suggestion for improvement would be to consider incorporating more vivid and descriptive language to further enhance the reader's experience. For example, you could explore different ways to convey the scent of the cherry blossoms and the feeling of peace they bring.

    Overall, this poem is a beautiful ode to the cherry blossom tree and the fleeting nature of its bloom. Keep up the great work and continue to share your love for nature through your poetry!
    LikeReply 11 month ago
  • hamiltonkim03
    Happy to discuss. Kim
    LikeReply1 month ago


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