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Wild Rose

Flower Poem Written and Illustrated by Elizabeth Gordon Oh, have you seen sweet Briar Rose? She wears the very dearest clothes, A hat the sweetest ever seen, And dainty frock all shades of...

Violet

Flower Poem Written and Illustrated by Elizabeth Gordon Modest little Violet Was her loving Mother’s pet; Didn’t care to go and play, Rather stay at home all...

Twin Flower Babies

Flower Poem Written and Illustrated by Elizabeth Gordon If you’re very, very good When you’re walking in the wood, Twin-Flower babies you may see, Sheltered by some old pine...

Primrose

Flower Poem Written and Illustrated by Elizabeth Gordon Primrose is the dearest thing She loves to play outdoors in spring; But if a little child is ill, She’s happy on the window...

Iris

Flower Poem Written and Illustrated by Elizabeth Gordon Iris in a country garden, Politely said, “I beg your pardon, But I’m from sunny France you see, And my real name is...

Gentian

Flower Poem Written and Illustrated by Elizabeth Gordon Gentian growing by the brook, Bending low to get a look At her pretty face so sweet, Stepped too near and wet her...

Buttercup

Flower Poem Written and Illustrated by Elizabeth Gordon Thirsty little Buttercup Caught the dew and drank it up, Said cool water was so good, She didn’t seem to care for...

Bluebell

Flower Poem Written and Illustrated by Elizabeth Gordon Bluebell softly, gently sways Through the long hot summer days; Lives where nothing else can grow, That’s why we all love her...

Black Eyed Susan

Flower Poem Written and Illustrated by Elizabeth Gordon Saucy little Black Eyed Susan, When her Mother caught her snoozin’ Rubbed her sleepy eyes and said She guessed she’d toddle off to...