Monday, 20 May 2013

For-get-me-not

pretty spring flowers
forget-me-nots grow paler
how arid the soil
ⒸRose

14 comments:

  1. I love forget-me-nots. My aunt's garden was full of them.

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    1. Me too! Every spring there are more so that must be a good sign.

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  2. Oh how absolutely stunning!
    My garden is full of forget-me-nots at present, but I've never looked this closely into their beautiful little hearts.:)

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    1. They are so beautiful aren't they? Embroidered in the finest stitches!

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  3. They really are lovely flowers, aren't they. The garden at my old home used to be full of them. Thank you for sharing the photo and words!

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  4. this is so beautiful ... a fantastic write ...

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  5. Perfectly phrased. A lot of good things in this blog. I must try to keep in touch.

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    1. Thank you Dave, I try to keep up with you as well. You are blessed with
      words and I struggle to keep up with you :)

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  6. Your precious poem hides more than a meaning for when love is not watered properly, it dies or loses color.
    Very beautiful pic also, dear Rose.
    Even if I don't visit often, I don't forget you.
    A hug.
    :)

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    1. Thanks so much Dulcina, good to see you again. Big hug for you too from me :) xx

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