“Even when the winds of misfortune blow, amazing things can still happen [and bloom, too].” ~ Gabriel García Márquez [and moi]
I love those words… and believe they grow truest in soil. I also suspect this belief is what keeps me photographing and poetizing blooms. Or, mayhap, I just love how good plants are at showing and telling humanity’s stories.
when it rains,all things can shine throughthe droplets
Sun-kissed thistlesblushing and wavingunder the brightest summerblues.
stars echoso fierily redin a bloom
- for Poets United (Poetry Pantry #488)- if we are friends on Instagram, you probably already read the lived-snippets I shared with these bits and blooms. If you haven’t (and are interested in reading those words), then click here for the 1st, here for the 2nd, and here for the 3rd- on Jul 31st, I will be guest-hosting Poets United Midweek Motif. If you wish to join in (and like poetizing ahead), the theme is “not-so-old-fashioned ‘Hobbies’”.
- on the storytelling side, the next Telling Tales with Magaly Guerrero: a Pantry of Prose is almost here (August 4th), the theme will be “Stitches”