and revealing myself one poem at a time
Oh this did my heart good, and I love the magenta tears. We have heather that deep pink purple and very little compares.
Yesterday I was out with my camera capturing all these colours and it certainly burst my heart just as your poem so vehemently describes, Karen.
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Karen, this is perfectly lovely!!!
Yes, the magenta tears gets me as well. Nice one..
We have some flowers blooming now and if it will stop raining then I'll really enjoy your poem a lot :)
your words framed the colours so beautifully almost felt them in my hand~rick
Karen,I have just entered into the most beautiful garden, after reading your words!A spring delight.I found your Blog via Poets United, where I am also a member and a contributor.I have added your Blog to my list to follow.Nice to have found your words Karen,Eileen
My guess is that there are fields of wild flowers around you. The Crocus are just opening now.
Lovely spring colours.
NanU - thanks for the prompt that took me into the field!Socks - I'm always amazed by the colors of nature. They're more brilliant than anything we can paint or write.Margaret - I know Munchen is gorgeous at this time of year!Nel- Welcome! Thanks for your comment.Helen - Thanks!Peter - Thanks!Bug - We've had lovely days alternating with flooding rains. Unfortunately, our forecast here is for rainy days for the next whole week. Oh, well. May flowers!Rick - So nice to hear from you again! I hope you are well. Thanks for stopping by.Eileen - Welcome! I'm glad to have you here, and I will check out your blog, as well. Thanks for your nice words.TWM - You should see my creeping phlox - pinks and purples - just beautiful! I live where I am surrounded by color, an absolute feast!Lucy - Hello! Welcome to my blog and thanks for your comment.
The Zing of Spring in six lines.
You got me with "assaulted with colors" :)Your poem does complete justice to all of those colors there. I know someone who'd be teary-eyed over Magenta tears. ;)Wonderful read, Karen.
spring is here... love the picture too~