where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
June 22, 2016 § 8 Comments
lupin shared their secrets
of beauty, bloom and seed
summer spread across the field
Tagged: bird box, buttercup, fence, field, lupin, meadow, meadowland, outdoors, secrets, seeds, sharing, summer, tree line, wild flowers
I love wild lupins, to me they remind me of seeing them on my summer adventures I had as a child and your poem is spot on.
[…] Source: Meadowland […]
Spread like butter
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Very beautiful view of all that green.
Beautiful, serene summer scene. The lavender flowers are a nice accent against the vast expanse of grass and trees.
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