Creative Writing and unfinished business…
July 25, 2014 § 13 Comments
down an old track
acres of linseed
Image courtesy mimina
Ahhhh! Lovely! 🙂
Thank you 🙂
And now I know what linseed (as in the plant) looks like. Lovely, flowing words.
Thank you, Chris. Have a peaceful weekend.
Ah! I love blue flowers – “like oceans, like sky” – comme océan, comme ciel – c’est magnifique Rachael! Thank you and have a nice summer day 🙂
Blue flowers ? Always – Tibetan poppies, delphiniums, even chicory on the roadsides – always lift my spirits. Thank you and have a fine day 🙂
Thanks, Richard. 🙂
Thank you for making me smile!
Your haiku, aside from being beautiful, reminds me that I really need to learn more about plants. I had no idea linseed plants even have flowers. What gorgeous flowers they are, though. I love how you tie in the blue of the flowers with the ocean and sky. I hope you have a lovely weekend, my friend!
Linseed is gorgeous – I let it grow wild in the back garden. I think a knowledge of the less friendly plant species might come in useful in some of your stories – think of Datura or Hemlock or Deadly Nightshade for example – they all do pretty horrid things to people! I jest… but then again.
You’ve set me off now… a hailku or two on poisoning people might work…
Take care, my friend, and have a lovely weekend, too.
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