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the hummingbird and songbird for Easter

Wishing all a Happy Easter, and blessed Holiday.   The music is “Songbird” sung by the late Eva Cassidy.


An Amazilia Hummingbird


whimsy, white whiskers, & emily dickinson

I love this whimsical poem!!  Here it is in full:

She sights a Bird – she chuckles

She sights a Bird – she chuckles –
She flattens – then she crawls –
She runs without the look of feet –
Her eyes increase to Balls –

Her Jaws stir – twitching – hungry –
Her Teeth can hardly stand –
She leaps, but Robin leaped the first –
Ah, Pussy, of the Sand,

The Hopes so juicy ripening –
You almost bathed your Tongue –
When Bliss disclosed a hundred Toes –
And fled with every one

~ Emily Dickinson


a flower, a bee, revery

there were bees all around

Truly, there were bees every where I looked (if you look closely you’ll see two hives underneath the flower and to the right), but all they cared about? Oh, their sweet revery in the juice of these lush flowers.

I think Emily Dickinson would have been delighted to see this, too.

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