first thing i noticed is that makes it seem as though the god and the nymph fell in love with something and not with eachother. you probably should just say the god fell in love with the nymph. but that's just because it threw me off. but if you aren't writing to connect to your audiences, then cheers to you and your self-expressive journey of writing. but if you are writing to an audience, polish that part up a bit unless you don't want people like me to be your audience, which i understand, i am not the bomb. i really enjoy the concept of this. i think it would be a beautiful explanation to a child for why flowers exist and etc. but the ending i do not feel was written well. the concept of the ending was well thought out, but the execution was odd. i guess it seems weird to me to say that she followed the god and that the sun caressed her so because i got the feel in the poem that the god was the sun and here in teh last stanza because of the execution it's ambiguous as to whether or not the sun is god or god is the sun. and i understand ambiguity in poetry, but i don't understand why that should exist here and what that would add to this piece. wonderful topic though, and i loved the stanzas 7-9. they are absolutely beautiful and romantic and poetry and make me very happy.