where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
May 30, 2017 § 17 Comments
merry little breezes dance
as sunshine plays the tune
while flowers raise their sleepy heads
from their garden beds
Tagged: clouds, dance, fence, flowers, garden, garden bed, landscape, merry little breezes, outdoors, sleep
Hey! But there I see 4 lines!
I’m joking, sorry…yet I am very interested about that Anemone plant: is it Pulsatilla montana, that lives in the Mediterranean area? If it is, note that an Italian park chose it as its brand
We have been wondering what this is called for ages! THANK YOU for naming it and for the wonderful fact about the Italian park!
The park is Parco del Monte Barro, on the Como Lake!
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These four lines somehow remind me of John Keats’ To Autumn.
” ..; to set budding more, And still more, later flowers for the bees,..”
thank you for such a beautiful connection
What a pretty little poem. So cheering in this dark time.
I really like this one.
Thanks. I love this
Thank goodness I checked back to see if I ‘d missed any of your postings!
This is a true gem pictorially and word wise. I love it!
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Reblogged this on KenMaursCorner and commented:
I was checking through one of my favourite blogs, and found that somehow, I had missed this little gem. I’m so glad I found it!
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