Daffodils, clouds and scented grass,
Doth make the orator a royal ass,
For love is human,
And human is dirt,
So I give to you,
Scars, imperfections and my pristine heart.
– Pumpkin Positive
- Longing for Daffodils (friendlyfairytales.com)
Do you have a magic moment that fills your heart with joy at the memory?
+I gazed—and gazed—but little thoughtWhat wealth the show to me had brought:For oft, when on my couch I lieIn vacant or in pensive mood,They flash upon that inward eyeWhich is the bliss of solitude;And then my heart with pleasure fills,And dances with the daffodils.
- Daffodils, now, and in Wordsworth’s Day (freedanichols.wordpress.com)
“Daffodils – a poem by William WordsworthI wandered lonely as a cloud
That floats on high o’er vales and hills,
When all at once I saw a crowd,
A host, of golden daffodils;
Beside the lake, beneath the trees,
Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.”
- Daffodil time (theproofangel.wordpress.com)
Here is the history behind the name of one of our most popular spring flowers.
- Daffodils (debramaurine.wordpress.com)
Every year I worry about them because their little green leaves start to come up through the dirt when I know we still have snow on the way (as seen in the third picture!). But, they always seem to make it. They are the first bit of color we see in our yard after the long winter.
- He is an inverted Mary Poppins (impressionsofyellow.wordpress.com)
Are we too far removed from nature in our home comforts that we want more and more, higher and higher, but travel further and further from out true senses- becoming preoccupied with nonsense in the meantime? Are we shallow and self-pitying and see a glass that is half empty?
- Scents of Love (rolltheboulder.wordpress.com)
Change pains us and mother’s pain is deepLike labor and tears and vast spaces you know she’ll grow into –
+I have smelled the scents of love, they are the scents of spring –Love smells like flowers.
And girls. And flower girls.
- Storm- S.B. (sandesh117.wordpress.com)
Like a lover loose upon my skin
She the fevered veins doth cools and calms
Gone then; aching and unanswered sin
With her breath and cooling, cleansing psalm
- Summer’s End . . . (poetrybydeborahann.wordpress.com)
The daisy has lost its last petal,
in a fight for love or not
and the last of the pansies
are looking a little fraught.
- Daffodil Picture (everydayisabandday.wordpress.com)
Is this picture an example of framing? Why or Why not?