Poetry about the beauty, heritage and history of the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina appear on this blog.
How very pretty! I love this time of year. We went for a drive thru the country last week and had so much fun looking for the colors of spring.
I really like this one! Splendid descriptive words which bring pictures to the mind.
Beautiful poem Brenda! The first flowers of Springtime are always such a treat after the gray of winter.
Beautiful poem Brenda. Mine hasn't quite bloomed yet but probably in the next week. I love to see them. It's puts spring in our hearts after a cold winter. Susie
Oh my, your header is lovely with the river/creek, and the jonquils are beautiful. And the poem is just wonderful. Love the scene you painted with words. :) Have a great weekend.
Such a lovely poem, Brenda! I really liked seeing these spring photos too.
Hi, We are home from a wonderful trip to Arkansas with friends. Photos tomorrow!!!!!Hope you have had a great week. Love your gorgeous flowers. We saw some Jonquils/Daffodils this past week in Arkansas. Nothing here yet though. I am so ready for spring--but winter is now finished with us....Hugs,Betsy
I meant NOT finished with us (instead of NOW).. We still have more winter to come I'm afraid..Hugs,Betsy
I don't have flowers blooming yet, and with today's bad weather, I'm afraid their little heads would freeze off, but I love this poem, Brenda. Your images take me right there.
Just love your pretty words. Such pretty flowers!
Hi Brenda,I love your poem. I love the photos.I did mail out my submission for the Clay County poetry contest. I am excited about the whole thing.Your friend,Rana
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