Flower garden funeral poem for funeral directors norfolk

A 10 verse poem is available at the foot of the page.

A poem can express innermost emotions after the loss of a loved one or friend.
My poetry is written to be gently uplifting and evocative, reminding the reader or listeners of the loved one or friend’s love of flowers and gardening.
My poems have been very well received at both church and crematorium services, by funeral directors and add a very personal accolade.

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Poems can be personalised with the names, dates and words of your choosing, up to a maximum of 50 characters (including spaces). 

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 Digital Download – 6 verses £14.95
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March brings the awakening from long months of winter slumber 
that heralds the welcome return of spring,
just visible about lustreless resting grass, vibrant sunshine 
yellow crocus, what glorious colour they bring.

A country walled garden with mature climbing, rambling and
shrub roses in ruby red, rich cream and white,
some with tightly closed buds, others in full bloom with their
pure fragrance floating on a summer’s eves twilight.

The delicate lemon flowers and rich green leaves of native 
woodland primroses line the curving garden path,
cream, pink and Wedgewood blue hyacinths boldly bloom with
a delicate perfume under a stone bird bath.

The striking colour of flowering delphiniums with towering 
luxuriant spikes of amethyst and royal blue,
the garden’s colours in flux, changing from bright to muted
pastel as transient sun and clouds pass through.

Tall yellow hollyhocks sway in imperceptible light wind, 
underneath are wild tissue paper poppies in scarlet red,
the colourful blooms of begonias, antirrhinums, petunias and 
tri-coloured pansies embellish a summer flowerbed.

The fluttering ephemeral dance of butterflies feeding on sweet
golden nectar hidden in powder white buddleia fronds,
reminiscent of a Monet painting, white and blush pink waterlilies
float serenely on a dark reflective garden pond.

The orange calendula’s layers of daisy-like petals slowly curl  
and close as sunlight and heat disappear from the day,
ready to unfurl and welcome the warmth and light of the 
following morning’s luminous sun’s rays.

The silent overnight transformation of the garden by a smooth
pristine blanket of frozen crystalline snow,
offers mysterious camouflaged shapes, ridges and gently  
undulating shadows with a fleeting ethereal glow.

A windy day decorates the lawn with a carpet of burnished  
amber and mustard fallen autumnal leaves,
the welcome sunshine and unseasonal warmth of a late October 
Indian summer, a temporary winter reprieve.

Whether a city balcony or rambling cottage garden, immaculate 
or wild, all that you loved so dear,
when I look out of a window at a flower garden in bloom,
this brings you ever closer, brings you ever near.