where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
September 8, 2014 § 21 Comments
Fall must climb
a fence of color
to steal away summer
Tagged: brown eyed susan, fall, fence, flowers, garden, hedgerow, rudbeckia, season change
Wow that’s beautiful! I want that along my fence too! Thanks for sharing to brighten a Monday! Hugz Lisa and Bear
How lovely, a wall of yellow! 🙂
Love the hedge of yellow.
Those are so beautiful. And I LOVE the verse. 🙂
so pretty – i drive by quite a few hedges like this;)
Beautiful poem and flowers.
How pretty! Hate to see summer end.
very pretty- I love hedgerows
Oo, nice! Where have your “likes” gone?
Very nice and beautiful!
Ah, such a poetic soul. Thanks.
a most beautiful fence!
Ohhh some of my favorites! I only have a small patch so far! 🙂
Very beautiful! Thanks for the happy pictures!
This looks like a Sussex Prairie … have you seen that garden at Henfield? It’s well worth a visit.
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