Namaste dear readers, it seems that the primal cosmic kindnesses of shining sun and sky couldn’t wait for another day to display their love for the gardens of the earth. Or to put it another way, the sun came out and the gardens awoke; always a big deal in England.
I grabbed my stick, donned my hat, and took these pics to share with you. I sincerely hope you like them.
Along with my thanks to readers, I wish to thank *Salvino D’Armate, for inventing spectacles, without which, I, and many of you, I dare say, would not even be able to read this post, or ever enjoy the gift of flowers.
I wish you Peace in perpetuity, Amras.
The world is dying
only for the people
who strive to kill it,
But for the people
who love and care
for the world, it is
just being born.
~ “For Dad” by Luke Moloney (aged six.)
* I wonder what he’s doing now.
Photography ©Francis Moloney.
13 thoughts on “The Gift of Flowers”
Thank you Aina.
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a great eye feast
it arches holi colours before your lawn
Wish you and your family a Happy Holi Day
beautiful photos and wonderful message
thank u very for much for your beautiful posting
Thank you so much Murali, for the comment, and for the RB. May I wish the same blessings for you and your family too.
thank u very much
My friend, these flowers (i don’t know what they are called in English, sadly 😦 ) were the favorite of my late granma who raised me… She always had them in her garden and in pots wherever we lived. Thank you for filling my heart with warmth of dearest memories xxxx
Thank you, Ruth, I am moved by your response to this post. In English, the flowers are called Primroses, and Pansies. I suspect that whenever you think of your Granma, she thinks of you. I’m honoured to have given you a sweet memory.
Thank you so much for sharing these lovely gifts from Mother Nature with us, my friend!
Take care, be well and happy always~ Cheers!! 😀
Your blessings are happily received, and may I, in return, always wish you the same happiness.
Awww…so happy to know that you’re happy, my friend!
Thank you so much for your lovely blessings as well!!
Have a wonderful day ahead, always~ Cheers!! 😀
Beautiful photos. The quote is beautiful too. is that truly from a six year-old?
Yes, it actually happened. His handwriting hasn’t improved a lot since then though. Thanks.