One Word Photo Challenge: Purple

November 13, 2013 parkway 024

Violet,

Crowning arch of the rainbow,

Most etheric vibration of light;

You bring peace and insight, forgiveness and transcendence.

crystals

Amethyst crystal,

Balancer and protector,

Stone of clarity and knowledge;

You bring healing and wisdom to those who choose you.

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Lavender, lilac, orchid, plum,

Living, growing, pure vibrant color-

Fragrance of peace and healing;

You bring delicious beauty to those who grow you.

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Blending blue with red,

Ending and beginning the endless wheel of color;

Your every tint and hue a mosaic of quiet beauty.

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Growing in fields of living rainbows,

From darkest purpley black

To lightest shade of periwinkle;

Maroon, mauve, cabernet, blue ecstatic May born Iris.

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Violets growing in springtime grass,

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Fields of lavender filling warm summer breeze with perfume,

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Juicy plums dribbling as I bite you,

Mauve hellebores poking through the snow,

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Lilac shrub bursting into flower as April warms,

Orchids blooming on the windowsill;

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Beauty and happiness radiate in purple’s glow…

Words and Photos by Woodland Gnome 2014

Red

Blue

Black

Please visit Jennifer Nichole Wells who hosts this weekly One Word Photo Challenge.

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About woodlandgnome

Lifelong teacher and gardener.

5 responses to “One Word Photo Challenge: Purple

  1. A lovely and large selection of purple! 😀

    • Thank you, Becca 😉 Much of my garden ends up being purple or shades of pink each year. Hard to narrow down the shots- although that wouldn’t be the problem were the challenge yellow or orange…. Best wishes, WG

  2. So many beautiful purple finds! I love the lighting in the first one! and that purple flower against the hay in “March 12, 2014 CW 133” pops so gorgeously. Thanks so much for sharing!! 🙂

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