White

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White

Reflecting every photon of light,

Shining clean and pristine

From dawn until touched

Only by twilight and moonlight.

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Peaceful,

Almost translucent

silent presence;

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White on green

Upon green

Upon verdant newness

Of leaves and grass.

 

Blackberries in bloom along the Colonial Parkway.

Brightest of flowers

Blooming in the forest:

 

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Dogwood, blackberry, Magnolia,

Mountain laurel, bloodroot

Trillium, Tiarella, turtlehead

Wild rose on thorny stem.

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Moongarden moonflowers

Call me out of doors

On warm fragrant evenings

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To sit with the moths,

Watching for lightening bugs

Illuminating the night;

Like white.

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Words and Photos by Woodland Gnome 2014

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National Poetry Writing Month

If You Would Know Love, Know April

Sunset

Faces

Life Bursting

Salmon

What is Popping Up?

Dimensions

Forest Garden

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About woodlandgnome

Lifelong teacher and gardener.

8 responses to “White

  1. Beautiful, WG. We have a lot of white blooming here, too. 🙂

    • Thank you, Robin. I hope your retreat week has you feeling rested, energized, inspired, and ready to move forward on the journey 😉 I’m looking forward to seeing your posts now that the garden is really coming to life! Hugs, WG

  2. I’m happy that someone else also observed white. I love the contrast it adds to all landscapes and gardens.

  3. Just lovely. You take the most stunning photographs! I love the poem too – especially the moonlight and firefly stanzas. Blessings! Sarah

    • Thank you so much Sarah. So nice to know you enjoy it. I hope it inspires you to go out and enjoy your own garden in the evening. I’ve been planting a lot of white and silver in the garden this spring because I love how they glow. Best wishes! I hope you have a good weekend and find some fun 😉 Blessings and hugs to you, WG

  4. Beautiful photos and poem, Elizabeth! Your words are as sweet as a Spring breeze through the trees, your forest garden blooming with life, awakening our senses. Thank you for sharing, my friend 🙂 Hope you have a pleasant weekend!
    Cheers,
    Tyler 🙂

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