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Backyard Chickens

We get it!
We get it – no roosters!

The coops go up,
cuter than cute.

Free-rangers strut
pompons on parade,
stick-legged chicken races
finish photos on Facebook. 116 more words

Green Poetry

Clothing My Toes

Tricia sent me a fabulous poem about the beginning of fall, Clothing My Toes. I couldn’t find just the right image, so she offered this one yesterday, with this note: 275 more words

Greenwoman

Through a Garden Gate

Framing the Garden in Photo and Poetry

Gardeners and photographers have in common a reverence for “frame.” Gardeners prune to get the right view through a bush to another plant, a stone, a gate. 452 more words

Art & The Garden

August Raspberries

August Raspberries

When life comes down to eating slightly white
raspberries, when aging purple ones dry up half
off the drupelets or bird plucked remnants hang… 106 more words

Greenwoman

Sunrise

I love the early morning when the Sun’s flames lick the sky.

It’s uplifting to the spirit; reminds me I can fly.

And though so much is said and done throughout a brand new day, 13 more words

Green Poetry

Sunflower

Sunflower

Starburst
meteor shower
June drizzle
rainbow
gift wrap
birthday candle
one wish
wind blow
seed sow
wormhole
root raceway
green sprout
bean stalk
giant’s head… 74 more words

Garden Writers We Love

Blueberries, Bluetinis, and one Blue Boa

Blueberries: Round on My Mind

You can buy blueberries. I spend a year
growing perfect ones.

Willing cross pollination and begging sun.
Prune dead twigs in March, fertilize… 114 more words

Garden Writers We Love