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What you have here looks to be the fragment of a poem, and that's awesome as a start. But don't stop there! You've introduced this "she"; now see if you can continue telling a story about her through the metaphor of an orchid. What does the orchid symbolise, and how is it relevant to her, to her story? What is her story?
Your poem reminded me of Li-Young Lee
's poetry, specifically the poem below. But take a look at all his poems; he often uses flower imagery to tell the story of love, of women and life. That sort of unity is definitely needed in the above, and I really look forward to the next, fleshed out draft. Again, though, a good start!
Thanks for posting, and again, welcome!From BlossomsLi-Young Lee
From blossoms comes
this brown paper bag of peaches
we bought from the boy
at the bend in the road where we turned toward
signs painted Peaches.
From laden boughs, from hands,
from sweet fellowship in the bins,
comes nectar at the roadside, succulent
peaches we devour, dusty skin and all,
comes the familiar dust of summer, dust we eat.
O, to take what we love inside,
to carry within us an orchard, to eat
not only the skin, but the shade,
not only the sugar, but the days, to hold
the fruit in our hands, adore it, then bite into
the round jubilance of peach.
There are days we live
as if death were nowhere
in the background; from joy
to joy to joy, from wing to wing,
from blossom to blossom to
impossible blossom, to sweet impossible blossom.