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That's so pretty! Postcard worthy ;D
A beautiful photograph, Ms.M. So many colours and shapes.Apologies for lowering the tone, but with all those petals and little catkins it looks like the aftermath of some wild arboreal orgy. I suppose Spring is now long gone and the plants don't need those parts any more as they race to get fruity for Autumn. Unburdened of all that lot, the trees and shrubs must be feeling as fresh and clean as the air after your storm.
Thank you, Lynn! It does fit today's PDP theme, doesn't it.Yes, Dive, it certainly looks like a botanical orgy took place. A kind of "Rite of Summer" ballet. The plants also seem to have more "spring in their swing".
purely accidental or random?both perhaps -if petals have tonguesthey're sharingfancifultales of howhowling in guststhey maintainedtheir huetogetherchromaticallyspectral harmony -if we had their tongues to tellafter our storms -then any betterfiction?
Anon, I always appreciate your fascinating poems. :-)
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