Enveloped beauty within every breath,
Ubiquitous stimuli club us to death.
The protagonist is you, me; your husband or wife,
Entrenched in a conflict for all your life.
A shrivelling flower, so delicate and gracious
Transplanted disregard, alone and ferocious.
Our blooming friends withstand to be seen,
In groups innumerable, are we ever too keen.
To notice, to comment, or even acknowledge,
To admire, reflect or study at college.
Forever helpful they endure our ignorance;
Continue on, in flourishing brilliance.
One day we'll notice, when the world is void,
Of colour and scent, of nature destroyed.