Yellow and Green buried into the ground, When I passed by it felt like the flower will never ever stop growing. Standing tall like the Eiffel tower, shinning into sun is the yellow flower. I felt the green petal of the flower, the yellow petals of the flower were shinning like the sun on my eyes. It'll stand tall like the big wall, it'll shine into the sun, will be the Green and Yellow bloom.
In a distant are these deep red flowers, while I get close, I notice more of it's details. It looks as if it is not fully bloomed, like maybe half bloomed. In my opinion these are really pretty, the deep red so majestic. Red like the reddest apple you've ever seen, a bright luminous red.
I decided to write Haikus instead of regular poems. Why did I decide to do this? the answer to that is quite simple: It is more on-the-spot than regular poems. And much shorter, which is good for me, because I always try to look for the best explanation in the shortest way possible. For those who don't know, a Haiku is a Japanese poem, consisting of three lines. The first line and last line have five syllables, while the second line has seven syllables, leaving a unique sound to it. Also unlike regular poems, the poem does not have to rhyme.
My gorgeous little flower Long green body Long green limbs Short orange-red hair Black roots Shaped like rose petals White-green triangular barrette with little black ribbons So beautiful, ever growing My gorgeous little tulip