where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
June 12, 2016 § 9 Comments
the ragged cracks
mending the broken heart
Tagged: beauty, botany, broken heart, garden, healing, herbal remedies, landscape, mending, outdoors, restoration, solomon seal, The song of songs, The Song of Songs which is Solomon's
Happy Sunday wishes my friend! I hope that you have a wonderful week too!
Lovely words with a lovely photo.
Thank you for the gift of words and wild.
Speechless on account of beauty. Thank you.
The Salomon seal … i like it a lot … I see it like the wood’s freshness and mystery!
Yes, confidence in God’s power to heal is essential. I need to relax and let it happen.
I like the use of the word ‘seal’ from Solomon’s Seal … Nice photo …
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