Dad Planted A Ranunculus

Poem By Sameer Ahmed

Planted weeks ago
At the onset of spring
The seasonal sapling
Blossomed a new minimo
That greeted the fragrant wind
Whispered in a flow
Usually red, pink, aquatic,
Orange and yellow
But it was white
Like corrugated ball of snow
And surprisingly changed
It's hue to mauve or so
As it grew slow and slow
With this unique
Feature and beauty
It gave a warm glow
The friendly breeze,
Birds, butterflies, bees
Dad and co
Together they looked
Enchanting and sociable
And praised it's
Colorful transformation
And amused the viewers
By putting up a good show.


Comments about Dad Planted A Ranunculus

Creation of colourful mind.May Allah bless you colourful life
Warmly narrated Sameer - and takes us into your world of colour and tropical heat - - thank you....10 from Fay..
beautiful... colorful poem...beautiful ranunculus spreading at poemhunter.. beautiful, colorful and cute.. i love the way you describe that cute flowers very enchanting....fills happiness in one's heart... 10++++
While I was reading your poem, I felt as if a rainbow was manifesting itself in front of me. The entire poem was amazingly colorful. Great work.
Spring writes its signature in blossoms. The sight of beauty is always healing. Lovely write. Glad to see you back on poemhunter. Take care. Warm regards, Sandra

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