where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
July 18, 2017 § 8 Comments
tight in a fist
gathering the courage to open
Tagged: closed, courage, fist, flower, garden, leaves, macro, openness, petals, preparation, rain, unopened, vulnerability
Tha’s one is very strange: what is it?
It’s a brown eyed susan.
Rudbeckia hirta! I did not think it was an Asteraceae plant!
I love the sentiment with this photo. It does take courage to open up, doesn’t it.
Thanks Diane, I think it does. It feels like the garden teaches about those small every day acts of quiet courage that lead us into the fullness of living.
Perfect words for this photo!
Love that you shared the procession to flowerf…
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