Creative Writing and unfinished business…
August 8, 2014 § 8 Comments
coal tits forage
in the dead chinese lanterns –
Image courtesy Takeuchi Seiho
Tagged: against neat gardens, chinese lanterns, coal tits, haiku, nature, poetry, symbiosis
Heh-thoughtful gardener, indeed. Funny to see the title, Rachael, as the word association I have for you is “grace.” Also–“playful”–both of which this poem exudes. xo
Tee hee. For ‘thoughtful’ read ‘lazy’… You say the nicest things on a rainy day 🙂
That’s me 🙂
I was about to ask if you are the thoughtful gardener, but I read Chloe’s comment and said to myself, “Of course you are!” I bet the birds are beaming their gratitude to you, just as we are since you continue to share your beautiful words with us. Have a fantastic weekend, my friend!
Haa! I like the idea of us all aspiring to be ‘gardeners’ in our lives. You have a lovely weekend too, dear friend. xx
Amazing artwork and words. Thank you.
Thank you for your appreciation 🙂
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