(An Acrostic Poem)


Floral Scenew

Diversity creates a blend
nspired beauty, end-to-end
iewed with a non-judgmental eye
nticing looks as passersby
ealize that true beauty lies
hared with a varied bloom bouquet
It’s better with a vast array
hat shows uniqueness of them all
Yet joins them nicely overall


Author’s Notes:

The world is a more beautiful place when uniqueness is blended. It works for people as well as flowers and plants. We are all a wonderful part of God’s garden.This poem is an Acrostic.
An acrostic is a poem which spells out a word or idea. Sometimes what it spells out is the title of the poem itself.

The first letter of each line spells out this key word. But variations can be attempted such as having the first letter in the sentence and the last letter in the sentence spell out a word. There is no requirement for meter or rhyme. Although I do believe that they greatly enhance the finished prioduct. Bolding and colorcoding are also often employed.

This photograph was taken by the author himself at the Lake Harriet Rose Garden in Minneapolis, Minnesota on August 19, 2013.


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