A Pink rose…

A Pink rose is for the one,
Where love has blossomed and bloomed,
Where passion and purity,
With love and peace,
Combines and grows,
That brings forth the Pink rose,

Of the Red rose,
And of the White rose,
When both entwine,
Comes the Pink rose,
For all the blushing brides,

When the proposal is asked,
With the Pink rose as a sign,
Is one asking another,
In love and loves first
Red and White,
That all will show,
And carry a wedding bonquet,
Are all the Blushing brides to be,

For the Pink rose if for the one,
Where love has blossomed and bloomed,
Representing passion and purity,
That has love and peace,
Combining and growing,

From two different in color,
One extreme to another,
From the Red and the White,
That combine,
And show true love,
A Pink rose evolves,
Showing true love,

It shows in it’s splendor of Pink,
For the blushing bride to be,
So to say,
‘I do’,
When the question is popped,
On this Valentines Day,

Valentine’s Day,
A day of proposal’s,
Where it is asked,
From one to another,
‘Will you be mine’,
From this Valentine’s Day,
On to,
The next,
The next,
There after.

Poem title : A Pink Rose
~by Ellen Ni Bheachain

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