where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 8, 2015 § 21 Comments
beaming in the hot sun
best beheld from the cool
depths of woodland shade
Tagged: beaming, beheld, bloom, fence, field, landscape, perspective, sanctuary, shade, shadow, sun, sunflower, sunshine, trees, woodland
My absolute favorite flower! Happy flower!
Wow, nice. I just did sunflowers yesterday. How cool is that!
someone left me a bouquet of sunflowers on the porch and four tomatoes last week…. I don’t know who….
I love sunflowers…love the composition of this photo. Great haiku! 🙂
Really good haiku…the imagery is perfect… I’ve been experimenting with haiku too…please do check out my blog simplysonu.wordpress.com and leave your comments..
Best sun flower photo. I love the poem……a lot of imagery for me.
I love all your posts, I usually wake up to one of them, and it really cheers up my day. I am relatively new so please feel free to visit my blog and leave some feedback if you even find the time.
So lovely. 🙂
Just started following your blog. What wonderfulness appeared to my eyes… a great photograph… the light, the dark, as someone else said… the composition… so beautiful! And your haiku… wonderful!
Perfect, once again… 🙂
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I have bandit sunflowers growing in my flower pots! It’s so great!!
WOW!!! This picture is simply beautiful! Thanks for sharing! 🙂
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