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Sunflower Woman
by Handsum Hart

Sunday, July 23, 2006
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Sunflower Woman
By Handsum-Hart

A sunflower must follow
The rules of gravity.
When its florets ripen
With hundreds of edible seeds
It must bend its body
Into the earth's bosom
And allow the birds
To eat its seeds
That are rich in oil

A woman must follow
The rules of romance.
When her lips ripen
With hundreds of edible kisses
She must surrender herself
Into her man's arms
And allow him
To eat her kisses
That are rich in passion

A sunflower on a sunny day
Will turn its face
Towards the sun
And with joyful eyes
Watch it move across the sky

A woman on her wedding day
Will turn her veiled face
Towards her husband-to-be
And with eyes soaked in matrimonial joy
Watch him move across her soul

The nickname for Kansas
Is the Sunflower State
For it is where
Every sunflower dreams of living

The nickname for a man's heart
Should be Kansas
For it is where
Every sunflower woman dreams of living

Ronald Howard Moman


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Reviewed by J. Roseline 1/1/2015
I too write about sunflowers affair with the sun in my various poems like in 'In my father's house'but this is unique.
As I stand in the corner with my seeds fallen and seeing the young ones growing into young fresh flowers,once more I enjoy watching the passion in their face and the drama in their lives and also think of mine!! JK roseline
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 9/25/2009
OMG!!! Fabulous! Sunflowers are my favourite garden beauties. The comparables here are delightful! Awesome job.

Reviewed by Southern Comfort 7/19/2008
A truly beautiful Love Offering! SC
Reviewed by Chris Davis 8/7/2006
I really like it, I like the sunflower lines the most, I felt like putting the women in there took away from the message though,
Reviewed by rachel baughman 7/30/2006
I really loved the beauty in this piece. it is so different from what i usually write. it was optomistic, peaceful and gave hope. Excellent work.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 7/30/2006
Nicely done, Ron. Love the metaphor. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Paul Williams 7/25/2006
Excellent comparitive study into those sunny beauties Ron. The master of the heart strikes again with another romantic bolt of brillance.

Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 7/24/2006
What a priceless piece of prose, Ronald. Wonderful pic as well!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 7/24/2006
Awwwwwww...this shines bright Handsum You!!

You are my sunshine ... for today anyways!!

Thanks for sharing your beautiful Romantic Hart!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 7/24/2006
You've done it yet again, Mr. Romantic. Quite a poem!
Reviewed by George Carroll 7/24/2006
A beatiful simile of rare beauty placed on this earth by our heavenly Father.
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 7/23/2006
Beautiful romantic write!
Reviewed by jude forese 7/23/2006
you took this poem in a delightful direction ... bright imagery and passionate analogy ...
Reviewed by E T Waldron 7/23/2006
HH you never fail to be unique and this poem proves it. Such clever analogies and lovely sentiments. A gem!

Reviewed by Ms. Cutie Pie 7/23/2006
Beautiful work, Sir Hart
Think I'll put my sunflower hat on and dream of living in Kansas, not the state.

Take care
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 7/23/2006
A sunny tribute to women. I like the analogy.


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