where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 18, 2013 § 23 Comments
a bit of a hussy
floozy and bossy
throwing herself everywhere
Tagged: bossy, cleome, floozy, flower, garden, macro, self seeding, wild
And don’t we love her !!
Beautiful flower. Have a great day.
LOL Awesome! Cleome is not shy! She does need the full sun of our attention, doesn’t she?
That’s funny! Love it!
She is gorgeous! Look at that color!
I’ve followed your beautiful blog for quite a while and am amazed how you publish such exquisite posts every day. There have been so many times that you have given me pleasure and precious moments to enjoy and savour. I sieze the moment to tell you this because you left a Like on my own recent post and I feel delighted and honoured that you enjoyed it too!
Thanks for all that you publish.
love your combinations of photos and short poetry – I have a similar section on my blog under “Ekphrastica.” Some images just evoke so much in us that we need to put it in words
She’s lovely despite her bossiness!
She’s as beautiful as her photographer. And so full of life and spirit.
I agree with the above comment from dapplegrey – about how prolific you are with your wonderful poetry and how you match it so well with the photo and with the object, you’re really amazing!
thank you both so much!
I like your photography and your words.
perfect composition–lovely shot
Beautiful photograph, wonderful words.
A very lovely flower and she does have a lot to flaunt.
Another wonderful photo, and the text accompanies it exquisitely.
A flower as hussy–now that’s unique–good one!
Well done. That’s one helluva flower …
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