Daisy Ring

by TJ Arizona Eagle   Jan 22, 2012


A daisy ring is a cirlce of
pedals counting 34, assorted
colors forming a tight bond to
the center of the flower.

Similar;
the ring of friendship is
an assortment of personalities
adhereing to its center forming
allegience to each other.

Unlike the flower where the
pedals are many, the number
is no less important , for true
allies are forged in love and trust.

No need for : she loves me she loves
me not.

Secure in this special love
secure in it's strength, it blooms
a beautiful array of reliance.

Sow the seeds of friendship,
fertilize with forgiviness,
water with belief.

Like rays of the sun, shine
with warmth and passion.

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  • 6 years ago

    by Marvellous

    Beautifully true! I like this.

  • 6 years ago

    by Innocent Fairy

    Like the rays of the sun, shine
    with warmth and passion.

    ^^this is my most favorite stanza but it's hard cuz I loved it all :) it's a fantastic great friendship poem and an amazing poem and excellently written :) 5/5

  • 6 years ago

    by Paul Gondwe

    The ring of friendship is
    an assortment of personalities
    adhereing to its center forming
    allegience to each other.

    Just reading this stanza alone, wow. You have penned down a lovely poem that i found was deep and the thinking behind it was also deep for your choice of words and how you use them is wonderful.

  • 6 years ago

    by L

    The following part caught my attention so much

    "Unlike the flower where the
    pedals are many, the number
    is no less important , for true
    allies are forged in love and trust."

    This sentence are so TRUE!!! Friendship is base in love and specially in trust. Any relationship is base on communication but the trust is always the one that ruins it when it lacks it.

    Well done, I mean more than well done.

    amazing.

  • 6 years ago

    by Dark Impulses Of Jenna

    This poem flows so well. I loved how you kept things smiple as there is a beauty in simplicity.

    Great poem

    5/5