Monday, June 3, 2013

where i was this morning

Grace@ Everyday Amazing



you'll find
me standing here-
bare toes against the grass,
with a yellow hat, greeting you

hello !



Poetry form:   cinquain

38 comments:

  1. smiles...would not mind being barefoot in the grass...just saying....barefoot is best...ha. nice yellow cap you got there too...smiles...

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    1. The field behind us is full of dandelions ~ Smiles ~

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  3. beautiful... the simple things often offer the greatest joy:-)

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    1. I actually like their color ~ Thanks ~

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  4. What a gorgeous image! Love the yellow hat.

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    1. Thanks Kerry ~ They are just in our backyard ~

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  5. I really enjoy in the moment blogging.

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  6. Love the thought of being barefoot in the grass, really sweet poem.

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  7. That is the most wonderful 'hello' I have had today. Smiles to you, Grace.

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  8. and here I am, imagining the dandelions with bare toes rooted against the grass and yellow petal hats to parasol the sun. Lovely, as ever.

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    1. And thank you for your lovely comment ~ I just think we ignore and take these lovely dandelions for granted ~ Smiles ~

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  9. How sweet, Grace! If only life's open up for all of us, there'll not be conflicts! Nicely!

    Hank

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    1. That's a nice thought Hank ~ Thank you ~

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  10. I love poetry that captures a moment, a simple sweet moment OR an ordinary everyday thing... like a dandelion.

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  11. What a beautiful place to meet. :)

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  12. ...aww... so sweet to taste hello... loved it Grace... smiles...

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  13. Why, hello little daisies! So nice to see you once again..... Need to slip off these shoes....

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  14. Hello to you, Grace!
    I remember looking across the street recently and smiling, involuntarily, because the dandelions on my neighbour's boulevard looked so bright and cheerful. I wish I could, in return, be bright and cheerful about the dandelions in my yard.
    A lovely little poem, Grace.
    K

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  15. Loved your brightly worded imagery. Dandelions are so under-appreciated!

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  16. I am a huge fan of dandelions. They make me smile with their "flowers without borders" attitude... hey, have to write that down, I might use it!!

    Sweet cinquain, Grace, and thanks, Amy

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  17. hello from me.... beautiful imagery.... delightful!

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