where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 10, 2017 § 10 Comments
fragile yellow lace
sturdy blue crowns
Tagged: August, counterparts, crowns, dill, fragile, garden, going to seed, lace, landscape, poppy, seeds, sturdy
Such sculptural shapes
The flowers and seed heads are striking.
Lovely and so engaging!
Wonderful contrasting textures
Lovely layers of texture, C.
For the first time, some rodent (chipmunk, mouse?) has been eating my poppy heads. Has this ever happened to yours? So much for my seed bank!
Oh! I haven’t had that. But I am having a chipmunk feasting on every bloom my sweet pea manages to make.
Oh, that is the worst! Arrgh!
You have such a lovely way of making us look again … to see more …
thank you _/\_
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