Dragonfly: Any of various large insects of the order Odonata or suborder Anisoptera, having a long slender body and two pairs of narrow, net-veined wings that are usually held outstretched while the insect is at rest. Also called regionally darner, darning needle, mosquito fly, mosquito hawk, needle, skeeter hawk.
Poetry: The art or work of a poet.
Prolixity: Excessive wordiness in speech or writing; longwindedness
Monday, September 28, 2009
Leaves Compared With Flowers & Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost
Fall always makes me think of Robert Frost, the farmer poet, and his wonderous poems. I share two of my favorites of his below. Wishing you sunshine, peace, love and blessings.....
An Autumn fairy checks out a yellow mushroom that sprouted overnight in my pot of thyme.
A last burst of early Autumn Moonflowers.
A simple collage I made last week.
A decoupaged art card from last summer.
Take time to smell the roses before Winter steals them all away.