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Delhi Bijaya Laxmi

Abstract Children Stories Inspirational

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Delhi Bijaya Laxmi

Abstract Children Stories Inspirational

Value of Flowers in Life

Value of Flowers in Life

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God’s creations are abundant 

but among all creations 

creation of flower is most pleasant and significant


Even before the first rays of the sunshine hits the treetops 

 the flower rises from its slumber 

unfolding its petals one by one in number 

silently it blooms in sunlight 

and it ends its life in silence at night 

but in between it mesmerizes everyone

 with its beauty and fragrance 

and brings in every heart myriad delight 


Flowers are fragile and delicate 

but its blooming petal by petal 

is a real wonder which 

no artist or scientist can replicate 


It blooms in all surroundings 

without any reservation 

and attracts everyone with its simplicity and purity 

without any discrimination 


Though its lifespan is very less 

Its hidden values and benefits 

For human beings is countless 

For God its use is spiritual

as for marriages and occasions 

It is sensational 

In festivity and daily life, its use is traditional 

and for woman it is fashionable and magical 


Flowers are like mood boosters

 having awesome hidden magical power 

to  vanish all negative enforcement 

and sustain life on earth 

with positive reinforcement 


Flowers are the symbol of pure love and simplicity 

natural and real beauty without any adulteration 

but human beings only give these natural beauties

 the man-made touch of hybridization 


Though flower is shortlived 

it has great worth in its life 

Like a flower, let’s learn to

make our living precious and worthy 

by being humble, simple 

kind, selfless and generous 

and live in harmony 

with magnanimity in humanity 

by spreading the significance of the 

message ‘Live and let live’



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