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Oh! To be a flower
Nodding in the sun,
Bending, then upspringing
As the breezes run;
Holding up
A scent-brimmed cup,
Full of summer’s fragrance to the summer sun. 126 more words


POEMS: "How still, how happy!" by Emily Bronte

How still, how happy! 

How still, how happy! Those are words
That once would scarce agree together;
I loved the plashing of the surge – 198 more words


If I were a flower

That is a hard one since I love so many of them. Last year, I grew so many varieties from sunflowers to zinnias to gladiolas and then onto more exotic flowers like blue sea holly, crocosmia and trygridia. 55 more words


NATURE POEMS: "Day's Parlor" by Emily Dickinson

Day’s Parlor

The day came slow, till five o’clock,
Then sprang before the hills
Like hindered rubies, or the light
A sudden musket spills.

The purple could not keep the east, 64 more words


POEMS: "My Home" by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

My Home 

This is the place that I love the best,
A little brown house, like a ground-bird’s nest,
Hid among grasses, and vines, and trees, 198 more words


Perfection of Nature ii

It’s amazing to think of the volume of flowers grown around the world for the cut flower industry. I had no idea how large some of these farms are, nor where they are located until I started photographing them. 19 more words


WINTER POEMS: "Winter-Time" by Robert Louis Stevenson



Late lies the wintry sun a-bed,

A frosty, fiery sleepy-head;

Blinks but an hour or two; and then,

A blood-red orange, sets again.

Before the stars have left the skies, 107 more words