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Flowers Open Eternally/Collab
by L. G. Figgins

Sunday, April 24, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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This poem is a collaberation between Dave Harm and yours truly...

Flowers should open eternally in the field of mind

Not languish in rigid containers that lack the nourishment an open meadow provides

Sun streams insight from the light

Fertilized by rich humus, blooms spring up and expand into beauty unparalleled


Raindrops refresh, renew and bring hope

Vines and stems strenghened bring a new look for the challenges ahead

Relaxing moonlight brings comfort and peace

Petals close while leaves relax,
blanketed in its own warmth


Soothed by evening's hushed ancient lullabyes

Cleansed and cherished by gentle rains,
life begins again as dawn awakens time

Budded in cloistered gardens, blossoms open to be nurtured green by the gardener's devoted hands

Vines stretched heavy with fruit are ready for harvest


Plump, juicy soft to the touch new work begins-a colony created from God's gentle hand

Working together giving and receiving love

Others wander by, watching with awe
at a bond formed from mutual need

While rejoicing from the gifts so freely given

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Reviewed by Nordette Adams 5/3/2005
WOW! I've been in my cave and only peeking out briefly so I missed that Linday was up and running again. :-) And look at the good stuff I've been missing. Great collab guys, a feast for the mind. ~~Nordette
Reviewed by jude forese 4/25/2005
sumptuous imagery and communal intimacy! great collab ...
Reviewed by Dale Clark 4/25/2005
A wonderful collaboration. Beautiful!
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 4/25/2005
well done
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight*® 4/25/2005
A beautiful slowdance!

Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 4/25/2005
What a lovely collaboration, you two write so well together, this was just beautiful,

Reviewed by Kate Burnside 4/25/2005
Goodness me, this is LUSH!! Fecund and fertile, warm and gently nurturing. Nothing more opulent than the richness of a full-blown spring at its height. Over here, where it has been a terrifically cold spring, we are peaking just about now... Thank you; you have collaborated in bringing us a real feast for the senses here. Kate xx
Reviewed by Sue Hess 4/25/2005
nice collab between two great poets
Reviewed by Paul Williams 4/25/2005
Brilliant collab you two some excellent imagery.

Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 4/25/2005
Thanks You two for sharing this!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 4/25/2005

You and Dave have put together one exquisite collaboration ... an exceptional and exemplary piece!! *Great art to match!!


Reviewed by Alexandra* OneLight*® Authors & Creations 4/25/2005
Couldn't agree more... one needs only to observe how the vineyards and the trees at the orchard blossom and give fruit, year after year. Nature is the best and wisest teacher, if only the field of mind cares to perceive, then grow.
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 4/25/2005
Profound write...this made me n luck...BHUWAN!!!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/24/2005
This poem is a glorious treat to the senses!
Thanks for the pleasure!

Reviewed by Dave Harm 4/24/2005

Thank you for the privilege of sharing a page on the den with you. It was a true joy...

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