First Crocus of Spring (macro panorama) circa 2018 ❤️ Adan’s PhotoPoems 💕

Flowers –
the first artists…
Laying pigment on pollen
and
summoning
those with wings….

Image & Verse ©Felipe Adan Lerma
Photo : First Crocus of Spring (macro panorama)
circa 2018

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2 comments

    • You are so kind, thank you, Tiffany! I always loved this brave little flower, one of the 1st to appear each spring here in Central Texas, and this particular one out front where we used to live was so beautiful sticking up among all the dried dead grass! ❤️ And so very glad you liked the poem too. Just felt it fit the feeling from the flower, thank u! 😊

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