Posts Tagged ‘garden prose’

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Budding Garden Thought

December 17, 2010

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“White flakes of snow

remind me of my rose.

A warm garnish beneath my nose.”

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Budding Garden Thoughts

December 10, 2010

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Winter days stretch endlessly.

The cold, the rain, and the tulle fog hang.

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Budding Garden Thoughts

November 4, 2010

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“No leisure

until the rains come.

At autumn’s end

I am glad for the rest.”

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Budding Garden Thoughts

October 15, 2010

“A fall garden

is an occasion to plant

for a winter harvest.”

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Budding Garden Thoughts

October 8, 2010

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Be intimate with nature,

With the one you love;

Dine in an apple orchard,

A forest, or by the seashore.

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Budding Garden Thoughts

September 24, 2010

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“Step outdoors.

Inhale fresh oxygen,

deep and soulful

and the earth is yours.”

  

 

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Budding Garden Thoughts

September 16, 2010

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“Favorite things: 

gracious living,

family,  friends,

and earth.”

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Budding Garden Thoughts

September 9, 2010

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Never stay static.

Put wings to your dreams.”

 

 

 

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Budding Garden Thoughts

September 3, 2010

“Gardeners live by faith,

 and with the acceptance of change,

they shift gears.”

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Budding Garden Thoughts

August 25, 2010

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“God has given to me

soil and seed . . .

how could I not

plant an Eden.”

Copyright © 2010 Dianne Marie Andre

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