A Morning Glory for Monday

I rested from lifting concrete blocks
In the shade of the lemon tree.
I heard a familiar screech above
And looked up into the deep blue sky.
Flying high above the turkey vultures
A hawk glided on the thermals
Of a warm October day.

by Cindy Iverson, October 20th 2008
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11 comments:

  1. That's a beautiful color for a flower that looks great even in white...

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  2. What a nice poem and lovely photo if the Morning Glory talented women!
    Hope you are enjoying this neice weather in your parts of the woods.

    Beth

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  3. Got to say, you are so lucky to be planting any citrus trees at all. The only way we can grow them here is in a greenhouse. And to think, I want to move to a zone 5 area. The Okanagan gets frost already, and they get snow around Halloween. BRRRRRR.

    Jen

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  4. Cindy, We have the same morning glory.

    Debbi

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  5. What a beautiful poem and lovely picture of the morning glory. I grew them when we lived in NJ and I loved looking at them every day!

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  6. Lovely......really beautiful post.....

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  7. What a beautiful photo Cindy. I love morning glories. Your kitties in the previous post are so CUTE!

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  8. I do like purple morning glorys. Have you tried the red one Scarlet o'Hara?

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  9. Very nice poem of yours, and the photo of the morning glory is excellent. Anna :)

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