where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
May 21, 2015 § 18 Comments
scarlet lipped goddess
her name be trillium
Tagged: fallen idols, garden, garden sculptures, goddess, greek goddess, outdoors, plants, scarlet, statuary, trillium
A new flower for me. Thank you.
…and you words be an ornamental trill!
Beautiful 🙂 ty x
I only was introduced to trillium last year. Yours are lovely!
Very pretty, and different from the trilliums we have here in NC.
Would love some trilliums – beautiful
Red ones! 🙂
Love the red 🙂
Love the statue in the background! Jane
I saw several where my yard meets the woods as I was raking ans mowing. I forgot their name until I read your post.
And she be gorgeous, Catherine! 🙂 ❤
A lovely live still
Very beautiful photo shot!
Wonderful thought – I’ll see them as goddesses from now on!
Flowers fit for her crown, I say…
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