Magnolia Blossom – a Poem, a Tablescape

Magnolia Blossom

by Patricia Neely-Dorsey ©2013

Magnolia Blossom

She is a delicate flower

Magnolia Table Decor

Dressed in white, like a blushing bride

Place Setting

Open wide with possibility;

Blossom in Candlelight

She is the epitome of Southern charm

Across the Table

And grace

Magnolia Blossom Pair

Her admirers stand in awe

Magnolia Blooms

of such a perfect creation;

Blossom in Candlelight

Her fragrance is intoxicating

Center Grouping

Her beauty…

Magnolias in Bloom

Timeless.

Timeless Magnolia Blossom

Patricia Neely-Dorsey is a local writer dedicated to promoting our Magnolia State of Mississippi.  Thank you, Patricia, for sharing your writings with us.

Poetry Books by Patricia Neely-Dorsey

You will find Patricia Neely-Dorsey every day on Facebook.  She shares many inspiring, fun, and thought-provoking posts – Mississippi blessings, too.

You can order her books through Amazon by following the links* below.


Do you love the beauty of the Magnolia?  Does the scent take your mind straight to heaven?

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Comments

  1. says

    Awesome poem! Mississippi at its best through the writings of a great author. Thanks for allowing everyone to see the beauty in our Mississippi! Keep up the good work.

    • says

      Thank you! Jenna, I’d love for you to paint a Magnolia blossom. Oh! You probably have and I haven’t seen it! 🙂

  2. says

    That magnolia makes me want to just sit on a porch with a glass of sweet tea and fan myself!!! It is the ULTIMATE in Southern charm!!! Not too many people can grow magnolias successfully here in the Kansas City area, so it’s a treat to see them when visiting the South. They’re just so pure looking! And I love the way they look against the deep green of their leaves.

    Beautiful tablescape, Kim. It’s the very picture of how one might describe “Southern gentility.”
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    • says

      Thank you very much, Alycia! I’m sure our Magnolias look special because our soil is perfect for growing them. 🙂

  3. says

    I have Patricia’s book. Your posts inspires me to share her book again on my blog. It’s been a few years.
    With the magnolias in bloom now, this would be the perfect time. ‘-)
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  4. Bev says

    Beautiful…love how you have made the magnolia blooms the star. Looks great with the crystal.

  5. Debra Estep says

    I have to THANK Patricia for sharing your web site with me.
    Oh my goodness, your magnolia photos are simply amazing !!!
    They look like exquisite porcelain.
    Your table is beautiful !!!