Glo, you have such a delicate touch with words. I can almost feel the petals floating down.
I love the poem! xx
Well if the falling petals have inspired such beautiful work as this then I would imagine that the once, fully bloomed flower has fulfilled its task.
I love your poem and photos. Blossom always makes me think it's snowing in the sunshine; but instead of being cold and wet, it's warm and sweetly scented.I planned to get photos of the tree outside my office - it's head full of the white stuff - but I forgot before the weekend - I came back and it had shed it's petal-ly load. c'est la vie.WP :)
Nikki ~ Thank you kindly for the lovely comment ~ the petals are so fragile and I'm glad you felt my words paralleled their delicate touch. :)Flighty ~ Thanks, I'm glad :)Daffy ~ What a lovely way to put it! Thank you :)Hi WP ;) ~ That's exactly what the falling petals looked like ~ snow in the sunshine ~ hard to capture on film, although I tried. The breeze seemed to stop each time it saw the camera ;) Wonderful that you had a cherry tree in blossom that you enjoyed ~ before the shed!
Glo, so good to write a poem about the beautiful details of nature. It made me think of standing under a trees or bushes with the petals raining down. Lovely.
Thanks so much, BH ~ I am pleased you were able to share in the beauty :)
Ah, what a lovely poem! Just makes me feel good, like a little oasis in my day. I just stopped by to say hello, this is my first visit to your blog, but it won't be the last!
A warm welcome, rosezilla ~ thanks for finding me, and leaving me such a lovely message ~ looking forward to a return visit :)