I was reading a wonderful book, which inspired me to write a stream of consciousness poem in one minute this summer…staying in the moment. So I went out after a rainstorm, sat on my step, breathed in and observed for one minute (OK 3 minutes) and wrote my thoughts and observations from the heart.
The pictures here are of bees going crazy for my native Summersweet bush flowers this summer…it has a dreamy scent.
I am joining in with Poets Unitedfor their weekly poetry link up, Poetry Pantry, for poets who blog.
Today is the Summer Solstice, and the changing of the seasons is upon us. I wrote this poem early last summer in July. I was recuperating from surgery, and had ample time to watch the seasons change before my eyes. On my garden blog, Wednesday, I will be featuring the wrap up of my meme, Seasonal Celebrations. There is still time to join in as we celebrate the coming of summer. You can read how to be part of the celebration here.
I am joining in with Poets Unitedfor their weekly poetry link up for poets who blog. Visit them to read some more wonderful verse.
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Special Note: The pictures here are of various pollinators that were visiting my garden in early summer. They are the lifeblood of the garden and are responsible for the flowers blooming year after year, and veggies growing for a wonderful harvest.