Extremly Sorry #writersbay for deviating from the given prompts for today.
I am a daughter of the elements An euphonic word uttered by nature Helios lends me his warmth Selene serenades me with her charm Zeus nurtures me with love Zephruys caresses my dainty bracts out in the open or sheltered in coves..
I bedizen the brazen turfs Swaying with gaiety in vales or plains, Drunk on roscid drops..
Remonant or annual Trailing on an arbour or burgeoning in garths Sweet smelling or inodorous I effuse heavenly essence always laden with mirth..
Arranged in wreaths or posies, Solitary or bunched I'm ravishing & riant, Marscescent yet rhapsodic Beatific even in death.
Primed for both somber & joyous occasions Adorning the nosegay of a blushing bride Or immortelle wreaths placed on graves..
*Antheia was one of the Charites, or Graces, of Greek mythology and was the goddess of flowers and flowery wreaths. She was depicted in Athenian vase painting as one of the attendants of Aphrodite. Her name Antheia is derived from the Ancient Greek word ἄνθος/ánthos meaning "flower" or "blossom".
**First two lines have been taken from the poem titled "Song of the flower" by Khalil Gibran.