Thursday, August 19, 2010

Garden Prose




Flower soup
an ode to Summer

Muddy soil
a worm's delight

Husks stand tall
salute to harvest

Berry blue
lone and majestic



Hollyhock
crunched tight with marvel


Chicks n Hens
dense geometry


Grapes cascade
abundantly blessed

Sunflower
bees spritely feasting





Mud baby
your bath awaits.



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12 comments:

keLi said...

muddy toes: essence of summer. this is beautiful.

Misty said...

i love this summer post! the crunching of the flower petals... yes! the sumptuousness of all those lovely photos w/ just the right caption below... i love this!

gospelwriter said...

haha - awesome, awesome post! reads like 'perfect prose' to me :)

Brian Miller said...

haha. someone had a lot of fun on this photo shoot...big smiles. beautiful post...

my imperfect prose

Claudia said...

oh this is so sweet - your baby enjoys the mud (and i'm sure also the bath)
my children used to "cook" flower soup as well...smiles
your pictures are really good!

B. Meandering said...

Love this---what fun! It's so great when babies/children are permitted to have fun getting muddy! The mother who allows that to happen will be blessed in many ways.
I know--I was one.

Jingle said...

timeless images,
love the innocent smiles and more.
divine post.

TALON said...

Your photos, your words - just a gorgeous gorgeous ode to all the lovely things of summer.

emily wierenga said...

i lost myself in this... your photos and words are exquisite. this is one of your best posts... an absolute wonder. and your daughter is joy. love to you... e.

Shauna said...

this is so beautiful. i love the photos and words that match. they speak of such joy and lovelies.

deb said...

absolutely precious.
you are a good mamma ~ love the photos

oliviasbiopiclog said...

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