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Field of Flowers

Columbine

Carpe Diem #1728 Columbine

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ring of doves
gracing the garden
with early color

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pink, purple and red
columbine naturalizes
throughout the yard

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rubbing my hands
with your beauty for courage
facing the road ahead

 

Columbine pictures from my spring garden

Scarlet Pimpernel

Carpe Diem #1725 Scarlet Pimpernel

 

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Credit: The Manic Macrographer

scarlet pimpernel
adornment of the fields
goes to bed at noon

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Cornflowers

Carpe Diem #1724 Cornflower

cornflower (bachelor buttons)

 

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soundless ocean waves
drought tolerant sea of blue
~bachelor buttons~

Sunflowers

Carpe Diem #1717 Sunflowers

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gleeful chirps
tit mice discover
my sunflowers

Poppies

Carpe Diem Weekend Meditation #96 Little Ones … Sedoka

 

A Sedoka is an unrhymed poem composed of two katauta. A katauta has three lines with the syllable pattern 5-7-7 and is complete in itself and able to stand alone. A Sedoka therefore has the syllable count: 5-7-7, 5-7-7.

field of red flowers
evokes memories of war
the names so long forgotten

call to arms remain
in Flander’s field the dead still lie
poppies with their crimson blush

 

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Andrew Curtis

remembrance day
red poppies exchanged for white
ghost of glamorous war

 
Carpe Diem #1716 Poppies

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