where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
April 13, 2015 § 34 Comments
a tall drink of color
ends winter’s dry monochrome
Tagged: blossom, color, curtains, drinks, flower, geranium, houseplants, monochrome, signs of spring, the refreshment of color, thirst
I’ll bet you’ve been waiting for that – outside too I hope
I have been waiting – but this was a house plant. Just the merest tips of crocus are emerging from the remaining snow now.
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Soon outside will be free then
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Nice poem for beautiful spring flowers! Hugz Lisa and Bear
Oh, so so very beautiful!!
Great composition and color. FINE!
Love the poetry with your visual illustration. Beautiful.
A kind of resurrection. Glory be!
Ahhhhh – that was so refreshing. Thank you.
Hope to see some of that color outside soon. Only thing blooming is my house plant. Lovely picture!
Wonderful colour on this flower. Amazing!
So pretty!! Can’t wait to see some blossoms here!
I like the word ‘dry’ with ‘monochrome’! Nice to see flower petals. Jane
Wow! This is really nice! Loved the color!
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Intense color or flowers goes perfectly with the words
That’s a beautiful drink! And soon it’ll be possible to drink outside too.
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So nice to see such brilliant color this time of year.
This winter takes a very tall drink of color to forget…but forgotten it is, almost…
That woke me up! 🙂
Very beautiful flower!
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