where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
July 10, 2015 § 15 Comments
on her sunny face
Susan sees all
Tagged: all seeing, brown eyed susan, flower, garden, macro, outdoors, raindrops, rudbeckia, summer rain, vision
I suppose I’ll go to my grave never hearing “brown-eyed” without adding “girl.” I was twenty-one when the song came out, but my dad was perfectly happy to sing it to me anyway. On the other hand, I never hear “black-eyed” without adding “Susan.” Isn’t it funny, how words and memories get tangled up?
Love the poem!
One of my favorite flowers and posts!
🙂 Cheerful pinwheels reflecting the summer sun!
Reblogged this on Voices and Visions.
Yes, she does, Catherine! 🙂
Very beautiful photo!
Thank you for that.
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