In her dreams she falls Hits the ground and keeps on running Never wakes before She slams into the ground. But in the black waters is where her dream ends Calm, peace and darkness Unto the end. No more crushed bones Or skull pieces… Continue Reading “Drowning In Black Waters”
Beautiful Scarborough Peaceful in the spring Castles and history are found Sweet memories are made May 2018 Scarborough, UK.
Loblolly Pine Virginia Beach, Virginia
I truly believe I’m a freak of nature. Well, I guess “freak” is a little harsh, maybe weirdo would be more fitting? Anyways, I developed hives all over my back and stomach over the weekend. Why? Who knows! I am allergic to everything, but… Continue Reading “Mad Scientist Mondays”
No story, just the bloom of a lantana. Perennial in zone 7. I love the herby smell, although it’s putrid to some. Happy July.
The gladiolus is native to Sub-Saharan Africa, South Africa and Eurasia. But mine were native to Lowes in the bulb section. Their stems are normally unbranched and produce 1 to 9 sword shaped leaves. The large-flowered types require moisture during the growing season, and… Continue Reading “Gladiolus”