The Hibiscus Flower That Burned In The Hawaii Wildfires by able6
In Hawaii’s land where fires did dance,
A hibiscus stood, a symbol of chance,
Its petals once vibrant, a vivid display,
Now touched by flames, in a bittersweet way.
Amidst the wildfire’s relentless embrace,
The hibiscus stood, a portrait of grace,
Its beauty transformed by the blaze’s red hue,
A symbol of strength, as it bid the flames adieu.
Once delicate petals, now charred and scarred,
Yet the hibiscus endured, its spirit unmarred,
For even in tragedy, a tale it does share,
Of resilience, hope, and a will to repair.
In the aftermath’s silence, where ashes remain,
The hibiscus whispers of life’s gentle refrain,
For from destruction, new life shall arise,
A testament to nature’s eternal ties.
And though its blooms may never return,
The hibiscus lives on, a lesson to learn,
That even in fire, in the face of despair,
A hibiscus still thrives, a story to bear.
So let it be known in Hawaii’s wild lands,
Where fires may rage and nature withstands,
The hibiscus endures, a symbol so true,
Of strength, rebirth, in every shade and hue.
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