where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
May 16, 2015 § 21 Comments
crimson roots give rise
to the pristine white
purity of petals
Tagged: bloodroot, blossom, crimson, dye, flower, love charm, macro, medicinal plants, Native American love charm, native plants, petals, purity, rise
I didn’t know that about the roots. Nice thought
So pristine perfect…
Bloodroot? The flower and poem are crisp and perfect.
A beautiful flower for a beautiful spring day.
pristine…..the perfect choice of word here!
The same purity I would like have into myself … Thank you for the pic and the words…
Another flower from my childhood, this one grew wild in MN meadows.
OK, I’m thinking about the “charm” element, the other meaning, as in magic. And the “crimson roots” – a deeper theme here, perhaps. I like the possibilities!
Beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
This is stunning
Really: a charm of flower! I loved it!
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One of our loveliest wildflowers, and yes, pristine describes it well.
Beautiful photo, beautiful flowers, beautiful words! 🙂 ❤
Ah, the amazing bloodroot – the pristine white above so different from the powerful red root juice below.
Very beautiful flower!
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