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Love in its truest form is like a rose. Beautiful, giving, and adding a fragrance to all those around it. May true love come your way and may you always be a rose in someone's life.

Comparison To A Rose

You are a beautiful rose to me- full grown- open to my touch
Is it any wonder that I love you so much?

The stem of the rose offers it support- helping it to stand
I wonder where I would be if you were not my man.

The roots of the rosebush bring it nourishment each day
You have touched my life- I have grown- I am not the same.

Water is the life of the rose, it brings to the petals great color
You are water to me- you have loved me like no other.

The leaves of the rose embrace its stem each day
Your love embraces me- and like the rose- I blossom just the same.

The thorns of the rose protect the bud from pain
May the thorns in our life always do the same.

The essence of the rose- its beauty, oh so true
You will always be my rose and I will always belong to you.
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5 Visitor Comments

Very very beautiful peom. i like it very much.
good poem
Great poem!
you couldn't have described it any better. so sweet and so gentle i just loved it.
very good

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