where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 9, 2017 § 13 Comments
Tagged: bulb, cyclone, dahlia, flower, macro, petals, pink, vortex, whirlpool
A very nice poem. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Henrietta – and thanks for sharing me with your readers.
You are welcome!
Reblogged this on All About Writing and more.
No destruction with this one
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I love your dahlias. They’re gorgeous, You have an amazing talent of capturing the beauty of the world.
Thank you so much Diane. I used to think dahlias were too fussy to try and grow. But really they aren’t. And they have the most amazing flowers with an incredible variety of colors and shapes and they are blooming like crazy in October when nearly everything else is finished. What’s not to love?!
That’s just lovely! Both words and image.
wow! This is stunning
Thanks LB. I can’t get enough dahlias!
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