The Abused Flower Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


He is yet a rose graceful and lively appearingA
Yet he has threatening thorns that guard himB
He grew these harsh spikes to protect his pedalsC
For he has learned he can trust nobody with hisD
Beautiful pedals and stem for if he does he willE
Wilt and his lively crimson pedals will turn brownF
And fallG
As he hides his pain of the past under his vibrantH
Crimson pedals he can't ignore his spiky guardsI
He has grew for he is just a rose after allG
A rose that has wilted before a rose that has beenJ
Abused and neglected and because of that thisK
Rose has grown thorns and lively crimson pedalsC
To hide themL

Fern Amethist
(C) All Rights Reserved. Poem Submitted on 02/21/2021

Poet's note: I wrote this about one of my best friends who has been through a lot but still manages to look happy and content, he inspires me every day to keep going


Poem topics: , Print This Poem , Rhyme Scheme

Previous Poem Next Poem

Write your comment about The Abused Flower poem by Fern Amethist

Best Poems of Fern Amethist

Recent Interactions*

This poem was read 7 times,

This poem was added to the favorite list by 0 members,

This poem was voted by 0 members.

(* Interactions only in the last 7 days)

New Poems

Popular Poets