Poems

Poems

For our readers who love literature, our site offers with this section a splendid review of author's poems dedicated to flowers and plants. Plants and flowers have always inspired poets too. In fact, the literature contains several poems on nature, plants and the world of gardening in general. We are not talking about flowering plants, inspiring muses of the most beautiful poems of all time. Our section dedicated to poems collects the verses of the most famous and unknown authors on plants and flowers. The gracefulness and beauty of the plant world find expression in the collection of verses that we publish specifically for our readers. If you are passionate about literature, we advise you to read the poems dedicated to many species of plants. The poems have as their title the name of the declaimed plant. The verses are collected in alphabetical order, ... continue


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  • Tulip

    Fior che changeable you make the color of the vague petal and lock the green stelil symbol in an embrace
  • Amaranth

    O vague little flower in the cemetery, how much I like your brown color! It seems to me that you answer my p
  • Antirrino

    The whim By showing yourself with perfidious smile as the flower of whim among the hair you believe in
  • Calceolarie

    Do you know what my sweetheart is like? She is a brunette all feeling, her face resembles a rose
  • Calendula

    When you smell the violet among the soft grass, you show me your short petals of golden color,
  • Calycanthus

    Flower of winterWhile every other close to him bloods and dies in the cold, only a flower of m
  • Camellia

    You do, kind, what you like! With Camelia I am already at peace; nor does that strange flower seem guilty to me
  • Cedrina

    (Lippia or Aloysia or Luigia grass, of the Princess) See this lemon leaf that is symbolic
  • Cyclamen

    Assisi on the slope of the homeland they were both a day looking sadly at the zolleche au deserts
  • Dahlia

    Ephemeral beauty I know an ambitious young girl, greedy only for praise and pleasure, to whom the mirror
  • Ivy

    At the foot of my cross, in the cemetery, I want the loving Ivy to be born there; not the purple brown of the thought
  • Hellebore

    At last I saw you, desolate flower, at last weeping, I could ask you that you would soothe the barbaric pain

continue ... , for a complete and exhaustive overview. Reading the individual poems you will be surprised by the adjectives used and the shrill musicality of the verses, where the dahlia becomes a splendid and pompous flower, the antirrine, the whim flower, and the amaranth, a vague flower in the cemetery. Every word, every verse and every line are an enchantment that warms the heart or torments the soul. Each poet, in fact, expresses his own personal point of view and a desire in the flower and in the plant that can be for love or death. The poems in our section celebrate some of the most beautiful plants and flowers in nature, including cyclamen, pink tulip, camellia, hyacinth, sunflower, narcissus, lily of the valley and many others. There are some poems dedicated to groups of plants and bouquets of flowers. The titles of these poems are very evocative and have titles such as "thoughts of love" and "that day". The poets dedicate the greatest number of verses to roses. The poems that celebrate the queens of the garden usually contain the name of the variety of roses they remember, others have more poignant titles, such as "se un bacio solo" by Giuseppe Giusti. This last poem begins like this: "If I reached a kiss only to grasp / in that dear and desolate mouth, / perhaps life I would lead blissfully / in these solitary hermitages". In this section, lovers of poetry will discover verses inspired by the most innocent and true elements of nature. With passion and agony, each author transmits in the verses all the profound meaning of plants. Poems then turn into something more and even the most painful and tormented ones gradually become a passionate hymn to life.


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