I started a new pattern in beads the other day, something different I had never done, a different way to play.
It was a flower garden, all created from tiny beads, the green background was the grass, then the colors took the lead.
One row began with a hint of color as I worked the row, the next row revealed the petals and center, with the next, the entire little flower showed.
It reminded me of the hours in our day, colorful and bright, that we string to make our tiny love-flowers, glowing in our sight.
There might be the flower of hope, strung in soft sky blue, alongside a gentle white one of peace, colors so vibrant and true.
Next might come joy, all dressed in pink, giving off its glow, placed right next to the coppery shimmer of happiness, all this beauty mine to know.
The flowers grow as we spend each moment of our day, and by the time night's darkness falls, we have a beautiful bouquet!
Each day is different, and so are the flowers, each one becomes known, as we discover what that day holds, and the flowers we have grown.
Most of all I love the background, for it surrounds each one, and the freshness of it is new every day, love is the true treasure I have won.
Every day is such a joy, a bouquet with wonders anew, all created to express just how much love I bring to you!
Soon the flowers overflow the house, and fill the yard outside, moments become memories we can scoop up in our arms, wonder and beauty on every side.
I revel in making each new bouquet, to show my love so true, and they are flowers that will never fade, there forever, like my love for you!
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