Friday, April 9, 2010

Whispers in the garden


One morning I went out into my garden
I was looking at the last of the colorful poppy flowers
Their petals had fallen to Mother Earth
I heard someone whispering
There much to my amazement
Hidden amongst the poppy flower heads
Stood a little poppy child
She did look beautiful
All dressed in Grey, with a little cap on her head
Every morning I would go out into my garden and talk to her
She told me many wonderful things about what was happening in my garden
I listened well to her expert knowledge

Love and light Marie

15 comments:

  1. This is so precious Marie. I love seeing that little creature peeking out of the poppy plants!

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  2. She looks so at home there amongst the poppies.
    Delightful!

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  3. Howzit Marie...

    Thank you so much for my lovely Autumn treasures again. I tried to link your blog and have not suceeded in doing it properly. Please help if you can. I have typed your blog name in but it is not a direct click and link.

    They are perfect for the table..

    Happy Days!
    Suzanne

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  4. She fits right in with those poppies. :) She is beautiful.

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  5. What a lovely little child. The setting for her is perfect. Have a nice Sunday and thank you for stopping by, Inge

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  6. Isn't she something!? I love her, and her home!

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  7. Your poppy child looks so beautiful! She have a nice place between the poppy flowers! I love poppies...
    Liabs Gr√ľassli (that's Swiss-german ;-)
    Doris

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  8. Hi Marie! This is so lovely (as always)

    I wanted to let you know that I left you a "Beautiful Blogger Award" at my site! I just love your blog!

    Hugs,
    Jen

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  9. He blends in so well to the poppies! I love it.

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  10. Oh I do like the colours - she's beautiful

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  11. So, so beautiful. I'm in love.

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  12. What wonderful felted creations you make. I like seeing your poppy seed heads too, we used to use the tops of them as a sort of stamp - dipped in ink and pressed on paper - to make lovely images.

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  13. Marie your craft of beautiful beings and stories are so enchanting. Thank you for adding such beauty and love to our world.
    Shahrin - RosyLarou xx

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