where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
June 2, 2015 § 22 Comments
makes its way
across the lawn of summer
Tagged: garden, grass, herbs, landscape, lawn, rock wall, slow living, summer, thyme, time
Reblogged this on Chelsey Keith.
Nice, probably irresistible, pun
In the world of comics puns are considered the lowest form of humor – but truly irresistible!
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The lowest form of humor? I think not. Of course, the better the vocabulary, the better the puns. Otherwise, I suppose they could be considered punishment. 🙂
Love the color combo and the pun too
I love opening the email from your blog it always results in a deep smile
Thyme works much better in this poem than ajuga! 😉 ❤
Slow time, warm time, good time. Grateful here.
nice play on words there
Lovely pic…I was puzzling over what this was and the lady that commented Ajuga just answered my question!
… which is which?
Maybe… time stops ”mattering” : )
Enjoy reading your posts,
Very beautiful photo shot!
Reblogged this on delamour95.
Love to have a thyme lawn like this – the smell must be heavenly!
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