where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
June 19, 2015 § 40 Comments
in the hours
of the iris
Tagged: bloom, bloom time, ebullience, evanescent, field of flowers, fleeting, garden, iris, joy, outdoors, reign, the hours
Iris flowers are so beautiful! Have a wonderful day sweetie
What beautiful colours.
It certainly does
nice – so pretty and bright. such great flowers although they are too short-lived.
Wow. thank you for sharing your view of the world!
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My favorite flower. Colorful, odd, awkward, beautiful, graceful, unique… all of it in one bloom.
“Ebullience” is the word I’ve been looking for. The flowers look to me like they’re doing the Wave, but that’s only because I’m conflating your image and a video I’ve been watching a lot, for use in one of my posts. They’re such a beautiful flower.
This poetry and photo are about as close to perfect as a moment can be, and exactly what I needed to see today. Lovely.
thank you so much. so glad it was what you needed. _/\_
The flowers reveal natural inner beauty.
Two of my favorite colors! Sooo pretty, and love your prose!
The title fits the sounds in the poem so well, and contains a small mystery that is revealed later in the word “hours.” Exactly–the beautiful flowers too soon depart. But their time is glorious, as you have captured in the photograph. My dark rainy day is brighter now!
Beautiful springtime flowers.
I love irises. Beautiful, yes.
They are gorgeous! 🙂 Have a great weekend !
Reblogged this on Tracey in Maine.
So beautiful! Thank you for sharing
I love their beards! 🙂
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A beautiful photo
loyal servants, and humble, the greens carry purple-white masters
One of my favorite flowers. So feminine. If only we could smell them here!
Very beautiful flowers!
Breathe of fresh air
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