Petals of Poetry








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  1. Nice flower shots! They really brighten a dreary fall day.

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    1. Thanks Linda...there is nothing like a flower to bring sunshine even in clouds

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  2. Wonderful series of one of my favorite flowers.

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  3. Even you flowers give themselves to you rwords

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  4. Your echinacea brings back fond memories and I love the poem!!

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  5. Beautiful! I like the poem! Lovely post!

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  6. Awww. I could just curl up and go to sleep between the poem and the flower. Nice. - Brendan

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  7. Beautiful photos! I never really thought about how odd it is to pluck petals to discover love's answers before. Perfection!

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    1. Thanks Sherry...I plucked petals when I was 13 or 14...found it didn't work..lol

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  8. lovely macro shots of the flowers! i like also the poem.

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  9. your words always compliment and enhance the Photos....

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  10. Lovely photos of the flowers and I like the brevity of the poem as well. The photos and the poem go so well together.

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  11. Wonderful view Susie! I love the photos and your plucky energy~

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    1. Thank you Ella...I love taking pictures and writing poetry to go with them...

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  12. cleverly done.loved the twist in the last two lines.

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  13. Wonderful piece of petal poetry, Susie. I know that works but I haven't ever gotten that far. Furthest was the apple stem love test. The test was passed, why stretch my luck?
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    1. Thanks Jim....My petal questions didn't work, but I found the perfect person for me anyway. :)

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  14. Beautiful images and words Susie. It's an interesting combination,lilac and russet red - nature has no inhibitions!

    Ruby

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  15. great combinations.....words and images....

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  16. Beautiful pictures, dear Susie! I like the second one very much!!! Such an innocent and beautiful little flower!!!
    Have a good week,
    Katrin

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  17. What a fragrant bouquet ... so elegant in form, presentation and content ... so eloquent in its quietude ...Lovely work, Susie. <3

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  18. Wonderful photos...and your commentary on love's questions is classic. Nicely done.
    Steve K.

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  19. gorgeous susie! thanks for sharing the love up-close:-)

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