Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Wildflower Wednesday








She is wild. Strong and firm in her growth. And her convictions. She spreads out and owns the space about her. Rising high and golden as the sun lording over all at her feet. Earthy.Warm.Vibrant.





She is free. She cannot be contained. She will spread with the wind in all directions.  An arresting spark of vivid beauty standing out on her own. Flourishing wherever she lands. And in whatever she chooses. Wistful. Dreamy. Bright.





She is enduring. Resistant to interference she will grow her own way. And go her own way. Petite but vigorous. She lies unassuming and catches by surprise. A tiny burst of jewel like splendor. Steadfast. Rich. Deep.



I may nurture. I may cherish. But in the end wildflowers cannot be contained.
They will conquer the world with stubbornness.
No grand roses, shrinking violets or delicate orchids here.
No wallflowers either ; ) That's the kind of garden I grow .    .



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18 comments:

  1. Oooh - very insightful and full of symbolism. Thanks for this today :)

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  2. Wonderful descriptions to go with some great images!

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    1. Thanks Ms. A. I'm rather proud of them since, #1 I took them (and I'm notoriously bad at taking photos) and #2 using my camera with a chip broke off the corner and a weird line running down the screen ; )

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  3. so beautiful...the colors are amazing gifts to us!! I have wild flowers on my table and in my bathrooms...they make every room better.
    I am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by : ) Certainly I can do that!

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  4. Everything about this post is absolutely lovely. (Great photos!!)

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  5. Thanks Lisa! I didn't recognize you without the profile pic.
    Where'd you go?

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  6. I knew I liked you. Wildflowers are my favorites and your commentary a gift.

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    1. I love wildfloweres too. If I try to grow something fancier it's a disaster! And thank you : )

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  7. I so love this message - metaphorically and literally. Not sure that I could compare my 'garden' with wildflowers though.

    Cars perhaps?

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  8. Your photos are exquisite! And your words are so powerful! Lovely!

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