Love your summer poem!!! LOL!! Yes - it's gonna be a hot one apparently so your ode is totally apt!!Have a lovely Easter, Patsy! Take carex
I'm looking forward to lots of sun this year, Kitty.
Your poem reminds me of England. Hope it wins.
Thank you, Lizy.
What an unusual flower...
They're a rare British native, Alex.
I'd like a dress in that colour and pattern of the flower. Is it harebell? Good luck in the competition, it's a great poem.
The pattern would make a great slinky evening gown, Suzy. They're snake's head fritillaries. (Fritillaria melaegris)
BUTTERFLIESgarden origamiclosing and unfoldingcrumpled by the breezeson the swaying floweron the fluttering petaliridescent paletteyellow upon orangegold dust, sapphire, lapispeacock eyes on rubyjewels of the air
Oooh, I like that, Hydra. Have you enterred it in the competition?
Great photo, Patsy. We have that flower in our garden too. I think it's lovely. Hoping to write a 'flower poem' too. Thanks for the info. Good luck with your entry.
Thanks, Jan - and good luck with yours.
Sounds like a winner, Patsy.
Thanks, Oscar. There are loads of other great entries so I won't be dissapointed if I don't win.
Ooh... intriguing... :-D
This competition appeals to me. You have a very good chance of winning with your excellent poem.
Give it a go then, Maggie.
Nice poem and photo. good luck with the competition.Your newest blog follower, Deb@ http://debioneille.blogspot.com
Thanks, Debi - and thanks for following.
Wonderful poem, Patsy. It literally awakened mine and Mathair's senses and had us ready for warmer and brighter days. :D
Thank you both!
Thanks so much for commenting!