Daily Garden Reflections

Gather The Beauty Of The Flower

Gather The Beauty Of The Flower

Garden Poem of the Day The Gardener 85By Rabindranath Tagore Who are you, reader, reading my poems a hundred years hence? I cannot send you one single flower from this wealth of the spring, one single streak of gold from yonder...

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Food And Medicine For The Soul

Food And Medicine For The Soul

Garden Poem of the Day By Ruth Pitter What do we look for as reward?Some little sounds, and scents, and scenesA small hand darting strawberry-wardA woman's aprons full of greens.The sense that we have brought to birthOut of the cold...

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The Trees, Plants And Flowers In The Garden

The Trees, Plants And Flowers In The Garden

Garden Poem of the Day This Is The GardenBy E.E. Cummings This is the garden:colours come and go,frail azures fluttering from night’s outer wingstrong silent greens silently lingering,absolute lights like baths of golden snow.This is the garden:pursed lips do blowupon...

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The Rain And The Garden

The Rain And The Garden

Garden Poem of the Day The Hardy GardenBy Edna St. Vincent Millay Now let forever the phlox and the rose be tendedHere where the rain has darkened and the sun has driedSo many times the terrace, yet is love unended,Love...

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Serenity And Joy In The Garden

Serenity And Joy In The Garden

Garden Poem of the Day Haiku Poem About TulipsBy Hasegawa Kanajo A tulip, with no shadow, blossoms. See it on Instagram: View this post on Instagram GIVE ⭐⭐⭐ if you love this garden wall made by @lond_solo! 😁🌱 . . . 🔸️Garden...

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Wisdom Of The Garden

Wisdom Of The Garden

Garden Poem of the Day Easter GardenBy Louise Driscoll You may bring your care to a garden, You may bring your grief, The garden knows the touch of frost, And the falling leaf.The garden knows the beating wind And the bitter rain. You may come...

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Childhood Enchanted Garden

Childhood Enchanted Garden

Garden Poem of the Day SongBy Alfred Lord Tennyson A spirit haunts the year’s last hoursDwelling amid these yellowing bowers:To himself he talks;For at eventide, listening earnestly,At his work you may hear him sob and sighIn the walks;Earthward he boweth...

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World Full Of Garden

World Full Of Garden

Garden Poem of the Day Second AwakeningBy Eva Willes Wangsgaard Two springtimes in one year were mine,The year that I went South in MarchAnd watched the wild wisteria vinesHang amethysts on every arch.Camellias lavish in corsageBedecked my shoulder every day;Azaleas'...

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Believing In Happiness

Believing In Happiness

Garden Poem of the Day TreesBy C.H. Bolton Trees are joy inspiring in those first sweet days of May Stretching forth their lacy tendrils to entice the lark to stay.Trees are gracious, charming when glossed with summer sheen They catch the vagrant...

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