Down in the family garden a roaring yellow flower lives in the borders next to the hyacinths, roses, and tulips Don’t think this is your standard “Weed” each one of these has their own shape and colour liked when the mane disappears and the seed heads transform into something more light and fluffy on theContinue reading “Dandelion II”
#fowc #plant 27th November 2019 An acrostic about a plant Perhaps the greatest thing to come out of the ground likes to brighten the garden and the air around it as it recycles the carbon out in the air note – it doesn’t take much applause , for what it does though it does appreciateContinue reading “Plant”
Bringing a flash of colour from the movement of its wings the sight of them landing on the greens oh what joy it brings like windows of brightness they appear on the green having grown from caterpillars mostly unseen with wings translucent it passes by it brings to the watcher a smile who watches asContinue reading “Butterfly in the Garden”
(### The FIVE LINES OR LESS EDITION ###) Scraping the content from around the brim While the jar of delight moves in the breeze It’s manna from heaven for this master of flight Now clinging on the chains in happiness as the Green bird gets his fill in the garden
Salford 12th September 2019
In response to the Photo prompt at patriciasplace.me Leaping over the garden fence Looking suspiciously towards the succulents Lizard Looks out for treats a Ladybird or beetle perchance Looking at him – Resident Aviators.
#Fowc #Tenacity Somehow, it seemed like miles Navigating through the overgrown greenery Aim ? to reach that pile of mulching leaves In and around the empty flowerpots Lunch will be a fine one – when he gets there
#Fowc #Dirt Destination – Under the Grass It’s the place where the bulbs and seeds Rest before its time to say hi to the sunshine Treading on it – leaves a mark on it and a mark on you!
#CYW #Blue-Violet #Colours Tuesday 13th August 2019 Some say this flower Has its own unique place in the flowerbed As it’s not blue, or violet – and please Do Not call it Purple – there’s far too much blue in Each of its petals Some call it Violet-blue, but gardeners know it as Blue-Violet
Another scribble for the coloryourworld month by inky. Artwork by Inky – created in painter from google stock art Birds follow the noise of these colourful flowers Lightly swaying in the spring breeze Under the cover of a spruce they’re spread Enjoying the protection from the passing showers Beautiful colours to please the eye EncompassingContinue reading “Bluebells”