Sometimes the simple pleasures nature presents to us are the best. Take the Sunflower…
This poem captures their glorious display and features in the newly published “Poetry Giving”, a charming book of poetry which is raising funds for the vital Midlands Air Ambulance Charity. We hope you enjoy it.
Compacted seeds all singing
Sun kissing golden petals edge
Florist trug we’re bringing.
We make selection, just a few
We don’t disturb them all
Shop window now, display anew
Head and shoulders stand so tall.
But it’s in the fields their glory shows
Their freedom better suited
Appreciate this feast for eyes
Tangled stems in tune so well,
Faces turn to sun
Unique and quirky circles swell
At sunshine beam’s warm run.
Ablaze these fields of nature’s jewels
Capture hearts this finest hour
Applaud our senses for this sight
This poem is a sample from “Poetry Giving,”
a new poetry book which is raising funds for the vital Midlands Air Ambulance Charity.
It would mean the world to us if you could share this with others, and if you buy the book yourself, thank you for your generous donation to this extraordinary team of people who save lives.
This charming poetry collection would make a super gift! Why not do something special today, and add this to your Christmas shopping list. 🙂