Thursday, June 17, 2010


My Snowball flowers

HOME by Linda

Fireflies dash under pecan trees,
Cicadas chirp on pine-scented air,
Frogs bark from the creek below,
Red-clay june bugs on the window screen,
Crickets sing from the tangled wisteria, and
Skeeters dart among fragrant magnolia blossoms.
All captured on the dense, humid air of a Georgia night.
Home. Georgia.

She wrote this little poem, it reminds me of Home, as the title says.  She has a wonderful blog.  Check it out.

Just a poem to remind me of Georgia!


Weezer said...

Thank you, Kim, for using my little poem.
And the photo of your hydrangeas are a wonderful added touch.
I'm trying to catch up on my friends' blogs. I've missed all of you.

FeliciaE said...

Thats a gorgeous poem. Thanks for sharing.

Karen said...

Neat poem...and it does describe Georgia...especially the red clay and the skeeters!

Julie said...

I love hyrangeas..just beautiful. Lovely poem, too!

Jasmine said...

Mrs. Kim. How are you? Always good to hear from you dear friend. Lovely poem and picture. I love this time of year.

My warmest regards.

Anonymous said...

Hydragneas are my favorite, my grandmother always had them in her garden.

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