Do not copy any of my artwork, poetry or photography without my permission.

Do not copy any of my artwork, poetry or photography without my permission.
....carpe diem. The Daylily. "Be like the flower, turn your face to the sun." Khalil Gibran. She gives her all for just one day then bows her head to God and fades away to nourish the next generation. God I pray I may give my all each day to honor you and bow my head at the end to nourish the next generation. Peggy Jones. NOTE............ Please folks do not copy any of my art or photos on my blog without my permission. Thank you for your good manners.

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Sunday, April 17, 2011

Jingle Poetry and Mosaic Monday

Potluck Poetry for Monday

A Closer Look

Where are you, my heart?
Where are you, my soul?
I cannot find you any more.
I looked at him and I looked at her.
No, that's not what I want to see.

I searched down deep and poked around.
It hurt so much I turned back.
Halfway back I looked at nee.
No, not Mrs. or Miss could I see.

I only see what I had tried to be.
As I backed out of the hole I dug,
I heard myself say
"Here I am!"
"Look at me!"

"Here I am?"
Where did that spring from, this searching day?
I looked asky and I looked aground.
Nowhere could I be found.

I turned and saw a face aglow,
Absent of all worry and woe.
Because I looked just when I did,
Straight ahead.
Now I am found.

Peggy Jones

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 Mosaic Monday

What a wonderful time to be outside clearing away the dying and preparing for the new blooming flowers and shrubs coming on.

1) Clematis 

2) Hydrangia

3) Purple Iris

4) Creeping phlox

Red and Pink tulips
Coming and going.

Thank goodness there is always color appearing in our world.

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eileeninmd said...

Lovely post and photos. Your flowers are all lovely.

A Garden of Threads said...

Love the poem, so true. Great mosaic. Take care and have a wonderful week.

Anonymous said...

Loved the poem! Your mosaics are wonderful...I like the addition of the garden statuary with the florals.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

It's been a poetry kind of day! I posted poetry this morning! Enjoy your evening! Hugs! ♥

Snap said...

your garden is lovely .. look at all that wonderful color already!

Vee said...

So much cleaning and pruning to be done this spring. It helps to be able to get out and work in the garden. I really understood a lot of the descriptions in your poem...the turning back because it was too hurtful to continue. I admire a poet!

Lavender Cottage said...

I enjoyed seeing some colour in your garden and noticed you cut your hydrangeas right back too.

Deanna said...

Hello Peggy.
Hope you have had a super week-end and are ready for a great week.

Writing poetry helps with the creative part of your personality. Blessings.

Hope you're doing well,

ellen b. said...

Happy Mosaic Monday to you. I'm glad you are finding color. Looks like your plants are well cared for...

Anonymous said...

The first one is so touching and honest. Thank you!

Ima Weed said...

Is the Easter Bunny staying at your house??? It sure looks like he/she has stashed a lot of eggs around.

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Lovely pictures of your garden!

I am visiting from Mosaic Monday.

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful collection. Flowers lovely. So much color here. Big smiles.

Looking straight ahead. Way to go ...

Happy Potluck!
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Thoughtfully Blended Hearts said...

Beautiful photos and words!!! Blogging is such a great way to express creativeness!!!
Have a beautiful week!!!

Jingle said...

stunning wonders.



dan roberson said...

I often have to ask not who I am but who I should be. If I thrived like your flowers I'd know I was on the right path. Great poem and lovely flowers.

Carol said...

Your garden is lovely, so is your poem. Wonderful post!

Reflections said...

Lovely stroll down the lane looking with you, for you...

I too love the colors of spring! Beautiful photos.

lovestitch said...

Oh how I love your garden! You are so lucky having those beautiful flowers very close to you! Such a lovely post!

Anonymous said...

wonderful garden of thoughts! :)

Rudee said...

I'm glad I came by to see real signs of spring. Mine signs are covered with snow. Again.

Great poem!

Kodjo Deynoo. said...

Great shot full of with emotion and nice pictures for a lovely blog

Linda K. said...

Great poem, Peggy! And your established garden is a true delight! Isn't spring just the greatest, new life!

Thanks for stopping by Queen Bee Cottage!

Linda K. said...

Beautiful established garden! Cute poem too! Thanks for stopping by Queen Bee Cottage....

Riet said...

Great mosaics. Lovely flowers

Pat transplanted to MN said...

Enjoyed the jingle and the photos. You are fortunate to have spring bloom color; we awoke Sat AM to a blanket of white which did melt by late afternoon, still it does nothing for spring flowers. Daffodils along the garden fence are almost ready to open and the green leaves are up on our tulips. Now if they don't retreat or give up in our wintry mix days! I love the way you change you blog.

Anu@My Dream Canvas said...

This is so beautiful. Hope to see you at My Dream Canvas

Anonymous said...

great juggly juggly of words hehe! here's my potluck..