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.The Flower .

I am born anew, spirits high up,
I watch the sun, smiling brightly at me.
I know I live just for the day, yet the smile I don
lies so perfect in my face.
I dance, I nod, and I wink all in merry ;
I spread the fragrance, just like that in the breeze !
I know none would forget me here
for the mark i leave is always so dear.

I am a flower , the symbol of love,
A beacon of faith and of hope

Though it’s just a day, it’s my only day
The one day when I can truly love the world ;
The one day I can be smiling all along.
I thank the stars , i thank the lords,
Thank one and all for I have been given a day .
A day for me to spread love and peace,
A day for me to be happily free.
I share my love as nectar to few,
As fragrance i share my happiness too.
My mirth is shared as colours to few,
sharing all what is good to the world so huge.

I am a flower, the symbol of love.,
A beacon of faith and of hope!

There they come to kiss me fine ,
wish me luck and bade me bye .
A few so lovely as the coloured flies ,
a few as cute as that little child .
Some capture me in frames , posing beside
yet a lot pick me to paint their rooms.
A few of them crush me aside ,
Some who never see, some who never smile.
yet i smile ; for that's my way,

Oh friend , i am a flower , the symbol of love
a beacon of faith ....
and ;of hope.

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