Blossom

Blossom

By: Debra Sue Higginbotham
a.k.a. Healthy Habit Lady

Oh, little little flower –

whenever will you bloom ?

I expect sometime tomorrow –

yet how can I assume ?

Oh, little little flower –

I wish to watch you grow.

Yet – this painstaking process –

is seeming oh so slow.

Oh, little little flower –

patience is not my gift.

Why do I feel this burden

to give your leaves a lift?

Oh, little little flower –

please accept my care …

and when your bud is blossom,

I promise I’ll be there.

Oh, little little flower –

I regard you as my daughter.

Hoping I can help you

with just a bit more water.

Oh, little little flower –

perhaps you need more sun.

I would like to be your light –

but maybe I’m not the one.

Oh, little little flower –

whose roots are not so deep.

When your stem is steady,

the glory is yours to keep.

Oh, little little flower,

I am praying for the day –

when I look up at you,

and humbly – I will say:

Your color is vivid bright.

Your stem is strong and green.

The rose that you’ve become

is the best I’ve ever seen. !!

All material is hereby copyrighted.
As always, make champion choices,
The Healthy Habit Lady
Originally Written in 2001 for our daughter
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