Dressed in Green
by Harry Kemp
The sunlight speaks. And it’s voice is a bird:
It glitters half-guessed half seen half-heard
Above the flower bed. Over the lawn …
A flashing dip and it is gone.
And all it lends to the eye is this —
A sunbeam giving the air a kiss.
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Ah..my favorite subjects 🙂
Mine too! And my little visitor has been quite thirsty lately. Fattening up for his journey south.
I find it absolutely amazing that these lil ones travel so far 🙂
Have no idea how they do it. I get tired just looking at them.
This is lovely and I love the mix of picture and poetry. I have tried to do the same on my new blog at ACT Made Lyrical. Do come visit. It feels so good to be back.xx
And it’s wonderful to have you back Corinne. We certainly did miss you. Thank you so much for your kind comment.
Lovely poem. Beautiful picture. Amazing bird!
LOVE back on all three counts. 🙂
Thank you Dede.
Terrific verse and accompanying images! Thank you. :)))
Truly my pleasure Laura. Thrilled that you enjoyed this so.
That’s another stunning image
You are truly too kind Mark. Thank you so much for all of your support throughout. Has it been two years already?
Time flies……but isn’t it great when you can look back over those two years via the photos we’ve shared 😊
I love having them visit the house, you reminded me I need to clean and fill the feeder again.