where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 13, 2017 § 8 Comments
at the fence post
bookend for blossoms
Tagged: blossoms, delphinium, fence, fence post, flowers, garden, garden sculpture, heron, raised bed, sculpture
Bookend for blossoms! Love that.
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I have a rusted metal squirrel who watches over my balcony plants. I suspect he and the heron would like each other.
They might even fall in love!
I love delphinium! That blue is gorgeous.
Love that blue!
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