Love's Flower

When in love, you flew.
You worry not,
Nor do you toil,
But spin, you do,
And being pollinated:
Clothed in royal splendor
And colorful hue,
You are at ease,
Even if your hard to please.

You were glad.
The season’s change,
Now your sad.
You are delicate
And now in winter.
Your petals wilt
And fly in the wind.
Your color is red
Since you have bled.
You were a flower,
Come has your hour.

You are a branch,
Jesus is the vine
From which you flower.
God will prune…
Until fruit you bear,
And soon your robe will be
White as the Moon.
Season’s regain,
You’re in love again.
Twice you bloom,
Once on Earth,
Once in Heaven,
Even from doom.
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Submitted by RonaldBunch on April 25, 2024

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Ronald Bunch

Ronald Bunch is a dedicated and passionate writer with a deep love for the art of poetry, science fiction, and fantasy. He’s committed to his Catholic faith and his writing. Ronald's interests span a wide range, including writing, reading, social media, weight lifting, and riding an exercise bike. He's a full-time writer. He did volunteer work at Kids Food Basket, and Habitat for Humanity. He loves pizza and cats. His upbringing in Catholic schools and his birthplace in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA, in 1982, have also shaped who he is today. more…

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Discuss the poem Love's Flower with the community...

  • talygarza
    Touching piece describing the progress of a person that is loved, beliefs and divine glimpses add cohesion to close well and get attention.
    LikeReply23 days ago
  • NightingalePrince
    Good message. Your poems have a lot of depth.
    LikeReply1 month ago
  • hamiltonkim03
    Beautiful poem Ronald. Especially the bit about being in love again and blooming twice. Once on Earth and once in Heaven. Very hopeful. Kim
    LikeReply 11 month ago
    • RonaldBunch
      Thank you
      LikeReply24 days ago
    • Vixility
      I agree with Kim, the positive shift of the last stanza was delightful
      LikeReply23 days ago
  • amandak.45897
    Absolute talent! Great write
    LikeReply1 month ago


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