by Cadence Beret

If I had a towering tree
To call my own
Perhaps my family garden
Would still bloom as one

Across the land
We bloom independently
Throughout our country

So if I had to be a tree
For my family garden
Perhaps I would be
A lilac tree

Then I could be
A flower and a tree
To protect and sustain
My family

A canopy of verdant leaves
Would shelter those I love
And fragrant blooms
Would sweeten their hearts
While roots spread below
For them to stand upon
Then perhaps again
We could bloom as one

One of a series of poems included in a small collection titled Family Garden, select the following tab to view the introduction and other poems inspired by family and the beauty of things that grow in gardens:

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