Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
Have a fabulous time, D!I watched the bees in the bee balm tonight...they were doing exactly this. Lovely to read your beautiful writing again. I've missed it.My verification word is "inglown" - that's sort of neat, isn't it?
enjoy the pond Mjohn
This paints a lovely picture...
Have a great time!
Better too much than nothing. Bees do get in a frenzy, don't they?
Oh magnificent, I see it, I don't think I'd take a photo for fear of disturbing the moment dear Doug
-Glowing from within- So good to see your glow again, K! I need to steal some time to once again visit my blog friends on a more frequent basis!Joo... as it is, Kathy are home on Monday and Tuesday, and an occasional 'quick home' as I call them, I do the best I can with the 'blog follow,' thanks.Sandy... the birds and the bees. Oh my! ;-)Lorrain... what moment could you -ever- disturb? Queen Annes Lace blooms a long time... . Please, take that photo!John, as always, I fully appreciate your comments!And.Frank... boy, do I have some squirrel storys for you!I truely thank you all! _m
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