where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
May 28, 2015 § 36 Comments
in the garden
everything of importance happens
in its own time and way
Tagged: acceptance, arch, bleeding heart, garden, landscape, peacefulness, picnic table, rejuvenation, rest, rocks, sanctuary, slowing down, time
How beautiful 🙂
Oh yes 🙂
Gorgeous shot – and probably true in life as well
Indeed, it does.
Bleeding hearts; one of my favorites – and she does arrive in her “own time and way”, doesn’t she? Lovely.
…ah a celestial carillon of bleeding heart bells, just lovely!
My favorite first bloomer… What a beauty she is! Great pic as always!
Gorgeous photo ~
Lovely flowers and photo! 🙂
such a wise message and amazing shot!
I haven’t seen ‘Bleeding Hearts’ for a very long time.😄
Such an amazing flower, thanks for the capture.
My large bleeding heart did not weather the winter …. I miss seeing its delicate flowers.
Lovely pic 👌🏻
Love this. ❤
Beautiful, Catherine! 🙂 ❤
Gorgeous — as usual. Perfect words to match.
My backyard on Cape Cod is filled with Bleeding Hearts right now…one of my favs! Love your photo!
Thanks for this!
So beautiful flower! And the text also.
Beautiful and serene, reminds me of my childhood’s garden.
Very beautiful photo shot!
Sooo beautiful and what a gorgeous day that was!
Is this the springtime antidote to mistletoe??
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Lovely. Missing my bleeding hearts now!
The most evocative flower for me, I can see and hear my grandmother in her garden showing me these for the first time. 🙂
A garden for lovers
For the memories there
Are memories of love
Ahhh, I love bleeding hearts!
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