In stillness I cling
to cypress and tupelo gum,
dangle above blackwater bog,
envelop secrets of those
who've loved and lost
beneath my pendulously fragrant,
cascading, lavender falls.
by Margaret Bednar, April 11, 2014
This is for "Imaginary Garden with Real Toads - Transforming Friday with Nature's Wonders" Hannah is hosting and has posted an amazing video of the Tunnel of Japan.
I always think these blooming vines look like lavender water falls …
The photos I took while visiting "Magnolia Plantation" in South Carolina. I wish I had been able to get there this year while the blooms are peaking… maybe next year. The fragrance that emanates from the Wisteria is out of this world! I find them particularly charming in the wild, however, they are very lovely hanging from the plantation's pergolas as well.
For the month of April, I am participating in NaPoWriMo2014 or National Poetry Writing Month. The website is HERE.
In celebration of this year's challenge, I will be giving away a free book of my poetry. If you are interested in participating in this drawing, please click the red logo at the top of my side bar and leave your name and a means to reach (blog, email, etc) you in the comment section.
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