Tag: garden

The Goldfinch

I hear the Goldfinch, and then I try, To imagine the world, from a birds eye. All through the day, up on the wing, Oh, what joy, to hear her sing. On wet summer days, you’ll hear me sigh, Where is my friend, from way on high? They […]

The Goldfinch

The Goldfinch When dandelions star the fields Another alien singer, I, Nursed upon England’s flowery wealds, Seeking no tithe of treasured yields, Drop sudden from a summer sky To where the spangled clearing spills Its gold about your timbered hills. A mite in splendid motley clad, I mark […]

In the Meadow

In the meadow little butterflies drift along. In the meadow the wildflowers are caressed by a gentle breeze. In the meadow the air is filled with bird song. In the meadow little treasures can be found. In the meadow serenity can be found. In the meadow your true […]

I Miss Green

I miss green. The bitter winter has clamped on with its sharp talons, vowing to never let go. The gentle breezes and soft smells of spring seem like a lost dream. With blue skies and puffy clouds warming our skin after a long cold winter. Colorful butterflies dancing […]

Feeding Frenzy

It was a feeding frenzy in the garden today. Seems the holly berries are finally perfectly ripe. The Cedar Waxwings have been watching the bushes for several weeks now and began hitting the bush hard today. Along with Robins and Bluebirds and one solitary Hermit Thrush. Popular was […]