Amid the Blooms.

Hollyhock as a storm brews

Among the scents of the cool evening air

I sit amid the blooms where the gentle breeze stirs

The nodding heads of petals with nectar and pollen ripe

Attracts the Bee and Butterfly and Moth by night

 

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The Fairy Lights are twinkling by the trickle of the pond

As a deep Sigh escapes me, this is where I belong

The Earth beneath my feet, as stars do shine above

Sitting among such beauty within a garden that I love

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It could have been an open meadow that holds a babbling brook

I close my eyes and upon a journey I am took

Deeper now I am breathing, as I recall my day

Seeing Butterflies and Bees in a field rich with hay

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In gratitude, my thanks to all creatures do I give

For all of Natures Blessings, that enable me to live

And the Spiral keeps on turning as Seasons come and go

Who could miss such beauty, as Mother Nature gives her show

~~

Content a deeper sigh escapes with thanks as I say Goodnight

Tomorrow is another day to welcome in the Light.

Written 19th July 2017.

©Sue Dreamwalker

The above photo’s were taken from the Hydrangea’s in my garden.. The bees have loved these flowers. And although I have not seen as many butterflies this year, I was so happy to spot this Red Admiral 

 

I hope you all continue to enjoy Nature and make time to connect to her healing energies . And I thank each and every one of you for the Love you bring here to me. 

Love and Blessings 

~Sue~

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  1. robbiesinspiration
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 13:44:57

    How lovely, Sue. Your garden just gets better and better as does your beautiful poetry.

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  2. nonsmokingladybug
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 13:51:24

    What a wonderful garden. Well done my friend

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  3. Laraib
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 13:53:51

    Lovely post. Loved the photos
    I’ll love if you pay visit to my blog
    http://www.voguishlegacy.wordpress.com

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  4. Dr. Rex
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 13:55:49

    Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    Simply amazing!! Soothing beauty! 🌸

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  5. The Coastal Crone
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 14:08:30

    What a lovely garden! Your words remind us to stop and savor the intimate world of nature around and above us.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 29, 2017 @ 14:51:30

      Indeed Jo.. We can worry our heads off about the state of the world and those who run it.. Yet we do ourselves and the world no favours by adding to that negative drum.. Much better to immerse oneself in natures beauty and see how Nature Rules in All things.. 😉 xxx ❤ Lovely to see you Jo xx

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  6. Writing to Freedom
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 14:27:14

    Wonderful Sue. Both fanciful and reverent. 🙂

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  7. natswans
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 14:53:11

    Hello Sue this is such a pretty post and your beautiful flowers. The Butterfly’s are few here also Sue sigh..Love your Hydrangea’s my bushes are doing so well, my sister cut a few and took them back to Surrey . I myself don’t cut them and bring them inside. Your soil is acid ? not sure it all depends on the colour ?
    Hugs Sue have a lovely weekend
    Sheila xx

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  8. misifusa
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 14:57:03

    The serenity in your post and photos just brought me such peace today. Thank you Sue! xo

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  9. IreneDesign2011
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 15:02:16

    Such a beautiful post, dear Sue 🙂

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  10. Paul Handover
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 15:02:54

    A Saturday Smile as pure as it gets! ❤️

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  11. thespiritkeeper
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 15:07:03

    Beautiful poetry lines intertwined with photos of your garden to make a memorable tapestry of memories <2

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  12. Wendell A. Brown
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 15:21:01

    I anxiously await the light from your selfless heart and spirit alive in your words along with your images. Thanks for always blessing our days with their nourishment!

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  13. Dewin Nefol
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 15:25:15

    Hey Sue,

    From the breath-taking opening photograph to the last flittering line your post was a pleasure to read, your garden a special place indeed, a paradise you call mine, an Eden full of shine where botany births beauty throughout summertime…and on into autumn, winter, and springtime, in fact she parades her elegance all of the time, especially when your garden is a garden you call mine. 🙂

    Have a happy, fruitful, and personally fulfilling weekend…one tickled by triumphs and smiled upon by success 🙂

    Take care of one and all as you always do.

    Namaste 🙂

    DN

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  14. vanbytheriver
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 16:00:47

    Surrounded by beauty…wonderful, Sue.

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  15. Erika Kind
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 16:15:33

    You don’t know how amazing it feels reading your wonderful words while sitting in my own garden, surrounded by my flowers, hearing the sound of nature, and seeing the insects and birds coming and going. Thank you for this 💖

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  16. Artist Inese Poga
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 16:43:13

    Fantastic! You have done excellent job with adjusting your theme.
    I am wondering what is the theme you were adjusting? My problem is with the width of pages while I have achieved the correct size on posts page, I couldn’t manipulate the width of pages.

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  17. Renee Espriu
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 16:58:19

    Beautiful and enchanting! Love your poem and all of these amazing photos to go with. 🙂

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  18. Playamart - Zeebra Designs
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 16:58:56

    You are the second person today that mentioned an absence of butterflies.. not necessarily absence, except for the monarch to someone’s garden, but not as many of the others as expected…

    Lovely garden, lovely place for a timeout to hold that powerful energy then share it with the world.

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  19. balroop2013
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 19:50:13

    It seems you have written this wonderful rhyming piece in the midst of your garden, glowing with colors of Mother Nature and the beautiful friends of flowers, humming in your ears…I could almost see amazing hues and hear those blissful sounds Sue! So celestial! Thanks for sharing your reflections dear friend, they transported me to your garden, sipping lemon tea with you 🙂 Love and hugs.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 29, 2017 @ 21:05:44

      And what a joy that would be dear Balroop lemon Tea with a hint of honey perhaps 🙂 Bless you for that wonderful compliment dear Balroop, What a day that would be to sit side by side amid the blooms.. 😀

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  20. Eddie Two Hawks
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 19:50:40

    A fine illustration verbally and visually, of your talents and treasures.
    A beautiful day is waiting for you Sue. Thanks so very much for
    sharing this soothing massage, Eddie

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  21. Jennie
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 21:04:57

    Lovely, Sue.

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  22. Superduque777
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 22:12:55

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  23. Mark Lanesbury
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 22:41:49

    Your encouragement of nature is very beautiful Sue. And your blessing taken in gratitude and returned in kind ❤

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  24. Hariod Brawn
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 22:51:18

    It’s been a very wet Somerset this July, dear Sue, so my gardening activities have often been between showers. Fortunately, most of the land here is given over to apple orchards, which are quite happy to be left alone for long spells. That said, many of the trees are being enveloped in mistletoe, so some work shall need doing there ere long! Hopefully, come December, someone will come along and offer to buy the lot and harvest it for themselves, as happens most years with the apples. 🙂 Blessings on the day, dear Sue! H ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 30, 2017 @ 12:20:02

      Lovely to see you Hariod, and apples, we have 13 on our eating apple tree, lol, yes counted them, We are going to leave them for another week. before we harvest them.. The rain is intermittent here too, on and off..Usually by the afternoon the rain has come.. So we try to head to the allotments early in the morning, to pick and do a little weeding when dry enough.. But the last few days really have been too wet.. So will make a dent in the weeds next week.. Its a while since I saw mistletoe on trees here.. Back in the 80’s there was lots of it hanging.. But like many things it has its good years and bad.. Sending love and thoughts your way dear Hariod.. Blessings.. Sue ❤

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  25. lindamartha
    Jul 29, 2017 @ 23:01:34

    Incredible photos and such beautiful subjects. I can’t believe how clear your bee photos were …he must of held still for you:) Thank you Sue for providing both friendship and beauty to my world.

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  26. Bela Johnson
    Jul 30, 2017 @ 00:58:46

    Lovely words and images, Sue. I get to rejoin my own garden in three days! Three weeks was a long time to be so far from home, but it’s been an amazing journey. Blessings ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 30, 2017 @ 12:30:25

      I am happy you have had some time out to be with your friend dear Bela.. You will probably notice a difference in your absence to your garden.. I know when we were away in May time, the gardens seem to have a growth spurt.. Not to mention the weeds in the allotments which had gone crazy.. 😀

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      • Bela Johnson
        Jul 30, 2017 @ 16:23:05

        Yes, Chris keeps up with the basics, but I’ll have a regular jungle on my hands when I return. It’s just the nature of living in the subtopics. But I’m glad I’ve had this three weeks away, and seeing my daughter and spent time she and her new wife as well 😉 much love to you on this lovely Sunday, Sue 🌻 Thanks 😘

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  27. Val Boyko
    Jul 30, 2017 @ 02:43:47

    Lyrical words and the perfect capture is nature’s blooms and pollinators 🐝 refreshes my spirit 💛 Thank you Sue for bringing us gently back to this previous moment.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 30, 2017 @ 12:32:56

      Thank you Val.. I am always happy when the Bees visit our flowers and fruits in the garden. And I am forever grateful when you land upon my blog and leave your own brand of Nectar to my pages.. Thank YOU. ❤ 🌼😘

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  28. Soul Gifts
    Jul 30, 2017 @ 03:11:48

    Such beauty and serenity – may it continue to blossom and grow, spreading the love and light all around.

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  29. Trini Lind
    Jul 30, 2017 @ 04:59:14

    So so very beautiful and inspiring, Sue! Wonderful! 💖😊🌸💖😊🌸

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  30. maskednative
    Jul 30, 2017 @ 07:48:23

    Loved your reverie here Sue, transporting me into your beautiful garden and such lovely photos xx

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  31. Sageleaf
    Jul 30, 2017 @ 14:39:29

    There’s something about your poems that compel me to read and re-read and just soak them up, like sitting in the warm rays of the sun while I absorb the warmth and Vitamin D. 🙂
    I resolve to start working more on my home and garden – to get them to be the oasis I envision them to be. You have created here a place where life of all varieties love to be. Out back I planted milkweed and lavender seeds…but alas, they didn’t come up. Ah, well. Next year. I’ll start them inside and early. I think I started them too late.
    Thank you for teaching me the name of that butterfly: Red Admiral. We have those here, and I would like to learn more about the different varieties of butterflies that live around here. There’s the well known monarch, and I know of swallowtails, but as far as just being able to identify all the different swallowtails out there, well…I want to be a student and learn.
    I also love your fairy lights, and beautiful landscaping. Oh, I always walk away from here so inspired, and so ready to burst forth with creative ideas and wonders, all because of the way you fill my cup.
    Your poetry is just what I needed to read this morning. After coming to the revelation that no, I am not going to be a mindfulness instructor (at least that’s what my heart feels for now), and that I’m supposed to keep writing, I finished the novel I was working on. First draft, yes, but now I know it’s an “apprenticeship” draft. I need to keep practicing my words and stories, but I will not – can not – publish anything that doesn’t uplift and inspire – and ghost stories do not. I accepted this in meditation this morning. Seeing your poem here – with the uplifting beauty and wisdom – and I’m reminded that I must be patient and not rush this process – even though I get so excited about all things “life” and just can’t wait to flitter along, like a hummingbird. Hehe. Hmm…I’m seeing them everywhere – at the sanctuary where I was, one stopped at the feeder to rest, and I captured a photo of her. It wasn’t a great photo, but one of the first I’ve ever caught of a hummingbird not in flight. I read an article about them recently and was thinking about them at breakfast this morning: how we don’t have feeders, partly due to our cats. But they’re quick and fast and clever, aren’t they?
    Ah, I’ve gone on a tangent, but now I’m off to look up butterflies and hummingbird totems. Because, see? I came here and you inspired me. 🙂
    Hugs, Dear One. Big, big hugs.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 01, 2017 @ 14:56:12

      Dearest Cynthia, first apologies for the lateness of my reply, I did reply to one a quite lengthy response in the notifications column, I then clicked something as my hand slipped on the keys and it all vanished.. And over the last day and half I have had my granddaughter with us, so the PC has been turned off. 🙂 As we went out walking.. I really should learn to do long reply comments in my one notes .. lol..

      I think it is not until we are away for a while that we come home to take a fresh look at our gardens.. I know I was inspired when I went to Chatsworth flower show and started to rework my borders and flowerbeds..
      Many thanks for your wonderful compliments.. And I am sure you are and will be continually guided to inspire by what you write.. I smiled ever wider as I see you now seeing Signs every where and taking heed of them.. I wrote in my comment that disappeared how I was about to put look up hummingbirds etc when reading further in your comment you were already one jump ahead of me.. LOL

      You never go off on a tangent, because what is meant to be said gets said.. Simple.. I always follow the flow of where my thoughts take me. and sometimes the words we utter are the words needing to be heard, not only by others but by ourselves also..

      Sending lots of Hugs and much love returned to you Cynthia. ❤ Hugs Sue xx

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      • Sageleaf
        Aug 02, 2017 @ 01:42:37

        Sometimes technology is a bit frustrating, no? I always have to smile in wondering what the Dalai Lama thinks about it, lol. I have heard the monks have a whole computer lab where they respond to emails. Hehe. I’m so glad you got a chance to spend time with your granddaughter. Family time is so, so precious.
        And…hummingbirds! I’ve had friends nickname me this in the past. I always have to smile. Hehe. Sending you hugs!

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        • Sue Dreamwalker
          Aug 02, 2017 @ 13:58:34

          🙂 well named nickname.. lol, never still I bet from one moment to the next.. Unless you are breathing deep in meditation lol.. And yes wonderful happy days of fun.. very precious.. ❤ xxx Hugs back xx

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  32. Sageleaf
    Jul 30, 2017 @ 15:02:47

    OoOOooOOh! Came back to say that my online adventures led me to my library’s website. Hehe. I’m going to walk over there tomorrow (because…always need to get those steps in, hehe) and check out The Alchemist (read in Spanish, but want to read in English), The Mists of Avalon (have not read this), A Wrinkle in Time (read when I was younger but due to read again) and The Little Prince (never read) – all of these were listed under inspiring fiction. This. THIS. Oh my heart. Just had to come over and share.
    As far as hummingbird symbolism. Ah…I have to smile. Independent, changes direction, flexible, and has a lightness to life…ah, yes. Hehe. Apparently your post here was meant to have me find that out today. And for that, I am grateful. ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 01, 2017 @ 15:00:31

      Yes the Alchemist is a good read.. Lots of hidden meanings held within if we are open to look for them. I have not read the Mists of Avalon either.. Just reading all my comments and getting around WP these days lol, takes up a lot of my reading time.. And read half an hour before bedtime, before lights out 🙂 or write.. lol.. going with the flow.. And Big smiles at the meaning of your Hummingbird.. Sending you Lots of Love.. 🙂 ❤

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  33. -Eugenia
    Jul 30, 2017 @ 15:27:08

    Beautiful post, Sue. Your blog is a nice place to spend some time. Very enlightening.

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  34. Tina Frisco
    Jul 31, 2017 @ 00:05:42

    You imbue words with such power and imagery, Sue. I saw every sight and smelled every scent. Such a lovely journey. Just beautiful … 💚

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 01, 2017 @ 21:12:14

      Many thanks dear Tina.. Sorry I took a while in getting to answer you.. But its holidays and grandchild came first.. lol.. Loved that you enjoyed this and thank you again for all that you do and all that you share xx ❤

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  35. dgkaye
    Jul 31, 2017 @ 04:00:52

    Thank you for taking us with you on this little journey of serenity Sue. So beautiful. 🙂 ❤ xo

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  36. michnavs
    Jul 31, 2017 @ 05:27:20

    I am always happy to see your garden and read your beautiful post about them.
    I am howevet a little bit disappointed..it rained s9 hard here last week…and for the first time there was a flash flood…and it destroyed half of my front yard..with my beautiful garden..ahjh sad..

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 01, 2017 @ 21:00:31

      Awww I so feel for you Mich.. These flash floods are happening more and more around the world, It is hard when we have worked hard to create something and then see it swept away.. I know how I would feel if this happened to me..
      But I hope you may be able to see it in a new light.. A reason to redesign your garden. get new plants, or shrubs, and have joy, ( after the clean up ) of putting together a new garden.
      Nature does this all the time..
      I think of the amount of weeds I pull to destroy in the allotments. yet she keeps growing them.. lol..
      Sending huge hugs your way Mich.. for I know how much our gardens mean to us.. I really do xxx ❤ ❤

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  37. Denzil
    Jul 31, 2017 @ 09:06:47

    Lovely thoughts and pictures Sue. On a more pragmatic note, my hydrangeas don’t seem to get much attention from the bees. Do you have a specific bee-friendly variety? Mind you, mine are in the shade.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 01, 2017 @ 20:49:44

      They love the small flowers in their centre.. The large blooms do not get the bees.. So it has to be the pollen or nectar they are attracted to in the varieties you see pictured Denzil.. Glad you enjoyed the flowers 🙂

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  38. Ka Malana - Fiestaestrellas.com
    Jul 31, 2017 @ 20:34:39

    Wow! Drinking up these lovely images 😋

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  39. charliezero1.wordpress.com
    Jul 31, 2017 @ 21:37:53

    A delightful of flowers and breeze of the wind. I’m drinking all the good energy in this poem. Love it sue. You are my hero. 🙂

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  40. Genie
    Jul 31, 2017 @ 23:01:42

    Beautiful poem, beautiful photos, beautiful WiseWoman. 🌹 🙂

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  41. Maniparna Sengupta Majumder
    Jul 31, 2017 @ 23:53:25

    The beauty of your garden is enhancing, Sue. Thanks for sharing all these wonderful pictures…seeing those lovely blooms is a pleasure in itself… ❤

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  42. New Bloggy Cat
    Aug 01, 2017 @ 11:16:05

    So much beauty, gratitude and peace in this post, Sue! Wishing you a wonderful week. Much love and hugs….(人*´∀`)+゚:。*゚+

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  43. Teagan Geneviene
    Aug 01, 2017 @ 17:44:38

    A little moment of bliss. Thanks for sharing this, Sue. Hugs.

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  44. Christy B
    Aug 01, 2017 @ 19:45:24

    I feel calmness in your words and photos here, Sue. It’s exactly what I needed today ❤

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  45. AmyRose🌹
    Aug 01, 2017 @ 20:51:32

    Gorgeous garden, Sue, and your love is so evident!! That picture of the thunder cloud is awesome!! Just soooooooo thank you for the drink I received here. Bless you! 😙💕😚

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  46. 🌵VIVIMETALIUN🌵
    Aug 03, 2017 @ 13:32:19

    Hello Sue I’m back, having taken a while around here, how are you. 🙂

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  47. Duma Key
    Aug 03, 2017 @ 20:36:18

    Your Garden looks ace! Not been around for a while, between work and the house I have had little time, but glad to see you doing well!
    Finally managed to start working on my new garden, when I bought the house was all slate chippings, fences and plastic box’s…..!
    At the min, massive project as I ripped everything out and now just open space, cant wait to get it finished and finally enjoy spending time out there, although actually working out there, lost in nature and thought keeps me balanced! Though I have to keep avoiding the rain storms lol !
    I think I must have all your butterflies though….I put some seeds into a border I built and the plants are covered in them!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Aug 04, 2017 @ 13:50:19

      So pleased to know you are channelling your energies into your new home Duma, nothing quite like Nature for grounding you, And creating a new garden a wonderful project..
      And I am so happy to hear someone has more than plenty of Butterflies.. 🙂 Wonderful to know.. Keep doing what you are doing my friend.. And so happy to hear from you.
      Blessings sent to you Duma.. take care of you.. Sue 🙂

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  48. The Belmont Rooster
    Aug 04, 2017 @ 03:09:05

    Great photos and inspiring words!

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  49. stephensmustang1
    Aug 04, 2017 @ 04:35:29

    As if your words were not visual enough, we have the lovely photos. Love your garden.
    I saw several butterflies (and even a dragonfly) alone with many bees on our short trip. We let nature ‘be” as much as we can..undisturbed as it should be.
    Love and hugs.

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  50. JoAnna
    Aug 04, 2017 @ 04:49:20

    Truly enchanting photos, yet not some imaginary world, the real world! Thank you for nurturing the earth and bringing it’s beauty to us! I love how you love this earth.

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  51. Lois
    Aug 04, 2017 @ 06:07:16

    How I’ve missed visiting you and seeing your beautiful pictures and your deeply touching words. While I love the colors of autumn summer will always be my favorite with the gorgeous pastels.

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  52. KathrinS
    Aug 04, 2017 @ 14:07:07

    Gorgeous!!! The poem, but also the beautiful photos. So natural.

    Kathrin — http://mycupofenglishtea.wordpress.com

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  53. Somali K Chakrabarti
    Aug 05, 2017 @ 17:05:23

    There’s a beautiful visual imagery in the poem and the pictures are beautiful too. Nature indeed has healing energies. Even looking at the pictures of nature or reading nature poems recreate positive feelings. Thank you for sharing and spreading so much positivity. 🙂

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  54. chicasl10
    Aug 07, 2017 @ 10:09:03

    wonderful fotoos Sue What a beautiful place is that

    huggy
    MJ

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  55. The Thrifty Campers
    Aug 09, 2017 @ 00:07:08

    “Who could miss such beauty, as mother nature gives her show” wonderfully said. Love it!

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  56. Resa
    Aug 10, 2017 @ 22:22:21

    This is a very beautiful post! Thank you!

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