Flowery Verse

Today’s May Flower Challenge post comes courtesy of seven-year-old Waif, who has been penning more flower related poetry.  Here’s his Plants Poem:


plants poem

And “Roses”:

roses poem

He has also written two more nature-related poems this week. “The Water”:

water poem

And, my favourite so far, “The River”:

river poem

Waif has just discovered the word “shroud” and seems to like it!!

Gman has also been putting pen to paper and has written a poem about trees. You can read it over on his blog.

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4 thoughts on “Flowery Verse

  1. Allie says:

    Wow they’re all great – Gman’s too – you are a wonderful mother!!!!!

  2. Awesome flower poetry! Love it!!

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