The Gift – a Poem

primrose, flower,yellow,hand,gift

A poem inspired by one of the many tokens I find dehydrated and forgotten in my pockets.

The proffered bloom

The outstretched arm

The beaming smile

The innocent charm

The practiced thanks

The warm embrace

The small armed squeeze

The happiest face

The turn and skip

The stark concern

The careful pocket

The sure return

The continued day

The thoughts adrift

The abrupt recall

The crumpled gift

 

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About Nicola Auckland

Busy wife to one & mum to two. I've caught the creative writing bug, now need to practice, get awesome and write something worth reading. Simples.
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20 Responses to The Gift – a Poem

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  2. Love this poem! I used to receive many such gifts from the lawn mostly such as the first yellow dandelions which I carefully put in a small vase with water. Such sweet smiles filled with love.

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  3. Davy D says:

    Nice poetry Nicola. It brightened up my morning.

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  4. balroop2013 says:

    Nostalgic!! Charming and creative…even small gifts evoke such beautiful reflections when we are sensitive 🙂

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  5. A lovely and creative response to your son’s gift, Nicola!

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  6. Such gifts are the absolute best, even when they are dandelions and small fingers are covered in a sticky mess.

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  7. sweetdevil69 says:

    Magnificent picture, and spell binding verses. Thanks sharing your ‘gift’ of creativity through the medium of this poem, according to your convenience please do read some of my writings would love to know what you think about them 😊

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