Summer Delight

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: July 09, 2017

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Submitted: July 09, 2017


A A A Components form a basic need A plant produced, a healthy seed Light and warmth, spring water flow Tranquil air helps plants to grow The sunshine rays that beam with light With health, green leaves shall stand upright Natural cycles won’t evolve A dark surround, left bare and cold That light of which dear plants rely Devoid of light, such plants would die Tall spindly state, o light shall seek Epitomises growing weak Watered fields, roots delight Nutrient soil, anchored upright Beneath the earth, a process starts Up through the stem to distinct parts Sunshine glare, of natural bliss Make way photosynthesis Bring forth a bout of showering The varied kinds are flowering Embrace the harvest, water surge Where leaves and flower buds emerge Insects travel, pollination Carried forth, fertilisation Dispose and scatter seeds below Create anew, for plants to grow Coloured petals, a summer breeze Butterflies and bumble bees Attractive plant, a keen insect Solid petals will protect Sweetest nectar – energy Exist for bees to make honey Written by Geraldine Taylor ©

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