Monthly Archives: August 2014
Blue sky spiderweb Desultory birch Cold air blowing in the Elemental church.
Deep into summer Rudbeckia hirta Take over the garden And vie with Echinacea Over who is less common. Copyright © 2014 Suzanne Ennis
The bees don’t hesitate– they go Headfast into the glory of the rose And if a bud is closed They ply it open frantically And push their heads Between the petals, Fluttering and shuddering In pleasure– The sheer pleasure Of the pollen. Copyright © 2014 Suzanne Ennis
The perspective on this one is a little skewed, but that seems apt… This is from way back in 2007. Copyright © 2014 Suzanne Ennis
I accidentally typed “Sunglowers” instead of “Sunflowers” but I think it works. You can pronounce it angrily (it glowers) or like a golden glow. This is a colored pencil and ink drawing. Copyright © 2014 Suzanne Ennis
Voluptuous lily, Aren’t you ashamed (with your garish exuberant petals agape) Or did no one tell you This kind of display will attract