Wild Rose

by Jem Croucher

By a first morning light
in the sunshine out here
I took a walk in the woods
whilst the skies were still clear
and there in the hedgerow
where late hawthorn grows
I found the delicate pink
of a lovely wild rose

So I paused as you would
to admire it a while
before resuming my wander
for another long mile


Photo – wild roses, Riseholme woods, Lincolnshire – Jempics


7 Comments to “Wild Rose”

  1. such an amazing descrripiton really by the part you described the beauty of flower.

  2. I think I have told you this before, Jem, but I really love your poems.

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