(August 20,1937 / Estonia)

A Violet

Among the rivulets of water
That spring has coaxed from wintry ice
There is a little hidden flower
That peeks from patches of black earth

It's fragrance is quite overwhelming
Its color unbelievable
Though small, its memory unending
Who can forget a violet?

by Liilia Talts Morrison

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Another lovely poem; a tribute to a little flower. i too have written to a voilet. Read mine - Violet in June - Adeline