Posts Tagged "kiss me over the garden gate"

Hail Stone Meditations Part I

Posted by on Jul 1, 2016 in Garden Thoughts | 0 comments

Hello friends, I realize in my last entry I promised a feature on my Bellis Perennis and that is most definitely forthcoming. I promise. In fact, it is very nearly complete. Right now, I have this story that is begging to be written. (Started writing this 14 June) According to the forecasts, yesterday was going to be a cool day by all accounts with showers appearing off and on. The prognostications proved valid. The blessing of rain did fall heavily at times as clouds rolled in and then fluttered off nearly as quickly. And then . . . Like any self respecting monsoonal type moisture, the...

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Summer Lamentations

Posted by on Oct 20, 2014 in Garden Thoughts | 0 comments

Summer Lamentations

I surreptitiously slip in softly, quietly, gliding along the winds of spring. The last remnants of cold and winter soon become just a fleeting memory. Spring O! spring! What a vibrant, multi-colored tapestry you have woven! I offer all this precious new life my protection with my warmth and long days. Heraldry! No other mornings compare to the aubades sung with such fervor by the growing numbers of my winged followers. My fiery sun glowing strong provides all the radiant heat welcomed by the earth below. Days o’ days. They are long, lazy and meandering which is the intent. The rising moon...

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