Simple But Beautiful In Her Own Way
She’s not a Rose
And not a Bleeding Heart.
She is wild and beautiful,
In her own way!
You can’t help but notice her.
She’s hard to ignore.
She smiles a vivid color,
Is strong and determined.
And is quite social with many friends.
You will see them on lawns,
Fields, among other flowers,
and many other places.
They dance and when they grow old,
they will stand tall, and then quietly depart,
You will see them blowing in the wind,
floating away quietly.
And soon they rise again,
giving birth to their offspring.
Who will live, and learn to dance,
and fly away again.
Life goes on.
Written by Dianne © dsphotocats
Hope to find you all well.
Love and Care
Enjoyed this post, thank you for sharing. What simple beauty we often miss.
Have a brilliant week.
Hugs across the great pond - Nita
Lovely. You paint a picture with words that is as beautiful as any photograph.ReplyDelete
Thankyou Ruth. I take that as a real compliment. :)Delete
Beautiful pictures and words!! Thank you!.ReplyDelete
That reminds me of my stories on Flickr :-))) I agree with every word and I too like dandelions. At least when they are in bloom. After that, not so much.ReplyDelete
xoxoxox Happy Birthday. xoxoxox
One Beautiful little Flower and so there for a purpose Dianne . Loved your words they describe her just perfectly . Hope you Sunday is just perfect and the sun is shining for you.ReplyDelete
Hugs Sheila and Wile-e xx
Truly- beautiful in it's own unique way!ReplyDelete
So very beautiful. This should be published. So very well done and written. Im in aww. Loved it. Loved it.ReplyDelete
Thank you Lisa. I posted my photo and then just started typing and this is the result. :)Delete
I love when every once in a while this happens , and the keys just flow . :)
Hope you are enjoying your birthday, dear one!ReplyDelete
Thankyou Gail and I did. :)Delete
Thank you all so very much for your thoughtful comments.ReplyDelete
oxox Dianne :)
That is one of my little girl's favorite flowers. Her delight in finding them never ceases to amaze me. Her enthusiasm simply adds to the simple beauty that takes my breath away every time! Bless you Dianne, I truly appreciated this post!ReplyDelete
Hello Dianne, the flower is beautiful and the reflection, which enhances the impression, is such an interesting idea!ReplyDelete
Thankyou ever so much , each and every one for your kind coments. It means so much to me.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photo and words, love this post.ReplyDelete
Great work, Dianne.
Thanks for sharing.
Really beautiful Dianne! Love all of it!ReplyDelete
I've been running behind. I'm catching up today. Hope all is going well for you.
So many of them, millions, all to be ignored except for a few who recongnize their beauty! Very nice Dianne! :-)ReplyDelete
Well it's obvious you are talented not only with a camera but words as well.....Beautiful post in both ways....ReplyDelete
first visit to our friendship friendReplyDelete
very happy to see this blog, posting a very nice, cool, full benefits,
view all pictures are beautiful and interesting, all very pretty
I am from Indonesia, but I like this blog and will continue to follow #130#
I feel happy when you receive it and follow the re-introduction as I am to this blog
regards fisheries extension workers from Indonesia
This is beautiful...we see so many flowers out in the fields around our home, you couldn't have captured in words their mission any better!
Very beautiful - picture and thoughts!! Have a great day :)ReplyDelete
I am emotionally taken by your words on this post. What a beautiful poem. Such a talented person you ARE! I love yellow flowers on a black background. Your photos are always the top of the grade in my book. Keep them coming.ReplyDelete
I am lost for words... other than thank you, Jane :)Means alot coming from such a wonderful photographer, such as yourself. :)Delete
Have a wonderful weekend. Im away for a few days.ReplyDelete
Hugs my friend.
I love your header.
Thank you all so very much for your thoughts and kind response. I am coming to visit!!! Sincerely Dianne :)ReplyDelete