Tag Archives: blossoms

When life gives you lemons…

I sit in the sun Sipping lemon and ginger with honey Surrounded by the scent of lemon blossoms A bee comes And sits on my thumb I ponder What does it mean to be indigenous to a place.

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the promise of pairs

in the morning light, the promise of pears appears blooming the first week of fall, with a tiny baby green frog nestled in the leaves and a small anole on a stem. Hope has no time table.

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Sprung!

boing! the ground sprouts forth. buzzings and blossomings abound. Feed the world with your blooms, Let the world hear your song!

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