where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 9, 2015 § 25 Comments
lights the way
into autumn’s darkening days
Tagged: autumn, black cohosh, bugbane, common names, fairy candle, flower, garden, light, light in the dark, macro, medicinal plants, shorter days
How beautiful! My Stephanotis is about to bloom and I love it.
Year round I have solar fairy lights in my lemon tree….but Nature is more precious. Please tell me the name of the plant.
This is Black Cohosh, a medicinal.
Beautiful both the visual and the verbal image created. Love the sentiment.
What a beautiful analagy.
Nice contrast in opposites – ‘fairy candle [lighting] the way’ and ‘darkening days’. Lovely picture, too.
Gorgeous image. Thank you.
Wonderful details and colors.
I like the way you help us see the spirit in things, and the mysterious beauty.
Thank you Albert
Beautiful words that capture on your lovely image. I can see fairies dancing between the flowers. 😊
I’ve never seen this plant. It’s beautiful!
Oh, so beautiful in macro. I’m imagining its sweet scent.
You pair the words with this picture so wonderfully
Very beautiful photo.
Medicine can be beautiful too. But only if we go to nature’s own pharmacy.
Excellent photo and poem jlehman1945
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