Sweet Treat

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Miniscule bundles,
Perfection, independently.
Candy like in color,
Effortless abilities, proven in infancy.
One of spring’s early risers,
Easily resists conformity.
Among similar wild arrivals,
She’s still nature’s sweetest treat.

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25 thoughts on “Sweet Treat

  1. If you were a flower…this is the one you’d be. Looks just the way I image you and the way your poetry reads…”Perfection, independently…Effortless abilities…Easily resists conformity…nature’s sweetest treat.” Not a bad combination at all Audacious…happy to see you are enjoying your spring.

    • If I refuse to answer this comment does that mean you’ll stay? I don’t want to see you go. I feel like that lady at the end of the dock, scarf in hand. Instead, here you are leaving me with the most romantic comment ever.

      If I were a flower… Dalo! You flirt. Don’t stop now. πŸ˜‰

      I’m running away with you. It’s official. “Somebody pack my bags!” πŸ˜‰ Wait. You said not a bad combination, does that mean I’m just okay? Naw, you used Audacious. ..I’m terribly perfect, it seems. β™‘

      Our time is over already. See what you’ve reduced me to, a sassy mess. *straightens her hair* Thank you for this perfect ending. You’re amazing and I love our walks together. I appreciate the time you give my poetry. (So much effort goes into you catching up! I’m not worthy.) I know your off time is precious to you and it means a lot to have you share it with me. Enjoy your weekend, Mr. Collis. xoxo β™‘

  2. Small flowers may not be as treasured as large, showy ones but they are more resilient, live longer and are often the first to show in spring – there’s a lesson there and i’ve just learned it.
    A fine offering, Audrey

    Big Hugs

    jf

  3. What pretty flowers. And your poem is perfect for this picture too. I love the reference to candy. The pink and the yellow. It makes me think of those candies that sort of just melt in your mouth. Do you know the ones I mean?
    πŸ™‚ ❀

  4. Audrey, these look delicious — great way to describe them as candy! What are they? Golly, I never noticed so many beautiful things when I lived in Texas!! Perhaps I need a trip back to remind me what I left?!?

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