morning entrance

Perennial

Perennial

Looking out over the backyard,

my eye takes in a delicious view…

the dew is gentle on the perennials —

whose guest appearance is more abundant this year with the copious amount of rainfall–

in the distance, I can see the fog lift up the grass..

the fields stretch for miles

bordered by a silhouette of forest…

the birds have already begun their morning dialogue

the birch tree is stretching to grow…

and the majestic sun-fire is entering to light our day–

Morning to you all!

 

22 thoughts on “morning entrance

  1. How beautiful a view for morning coffee and reflection. Our day has been cool compared to our 107 degree days and I’ve taken advantage and spent most of it in the gardens. We could use rain and it is forecast but I went ahead and watered the roses anyway. I love the roses but the wildflowers are my true love. I think you are correct about all the rain. This is the 2nd time this year I’ve deadheaded the wildflowers and they didn’t start blooming until the end of June (which is very late). Friends laugh that I deadhead my wildflowers but that’s how I gather seeds plus I always get more blooms and extended growing season. It’s wonderful to see you here, Jane.

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    • I KNEW when there was an indication of a comment that it would be from YOU! (smile)…Yes, I have decided to rejoin the living…and shake the dust…and go forward…a little sad at times…but a bit wiser ( I do hope!)…I think it is WONDERFUL that you deadhead the wildflowers! I have one garden at the base of my lot that is dedicated to the wildflowers! Thank YOU, Sheri, for stopping by and leaving a note of encouragement…it means much! Hoping all is well with you and your husband’s health is improving and may the wildflowers bloom well into the Fall!

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  2. Yoshiko says:

    Good morning

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    • おはよう、美子〜か、それは日本では「こんばんは」になりましたか?あなたは世界に光が…そして、あなたはユニークであり、誰も正確にあなたが意志のような光をもたらすません忘れないでください!私たちは、イエス·キリストの精神で接着されていると私は、今日は非常に多くの祝福を願って!
      Ohayō, Yoshiko 〜 ka, sore wa Nihonde wa `konbanwa’ ni narimashita ka? Anata wa sekai ni hikari ga… Soshite, anata wa yunīkudeari, dare mo seikaku ni anata ga ishi no yōna hikari o motarasumasen wasurenaide kudasai! Watashitachiha, iesu· Kirisuto no seishin de setchaku sa rete iruto watashi wa, kyō wa hijō ni ōku no shukufuku o negatte!

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      • Yoshiko says:

        Never expect that from you 🙂 Do you think it becomes a good evening? Blessings to ou in Christ Jesus

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      • 祝福していただきありがとうございます!あなたは私に何を期待していなかった?私はそれがうまくいった…と私は私が言ってはいけない何も言わなかったことを願っています— Googleの翻訳に使用。私はイエス·キリストのメッセージを信じない – 私は彼が勇気を大量に持っていたし、平和について話したと思います。私は、マシューとルークの福音書で山上の垂訓が大好き!私が思うに、私たちが良い一日生きる時、私たちの夜は平和になることを願っています!そこに私たちを取り巻くそんなに悪があるときにそれは難しいです – 、私の環境の中で怒りがあった場合—それはそれはとてもはるかに難しい私は平和的であるためには…、私は停止し、呼吸を持っていることができます…とイエスを覚えている。あなたがこれを読んだときに応じて、おやすみやおはよう!
        Shukufuku shite itadaki arigatōgozaimasu! Anata wa watashi ni nani o kitai shite inakatta? Watashi wa sore ga umaku itta… To watashi wa watashi ga ittehaikenai nani mo iwanakatta koto o negatte imasu — – gūguru no hon’yaku ni shiyō. Watashi wa iesu· Kirisuto no messēji o shinjinai – watashi wa kare ga yūki o tairyō ni motte itashi, heiwa ni tsuite hanashita to omoimasu. Watashi wa, mashū to rūku no fukuonsho de sanjōnosuikun ga daisuki! Watashi ga omou ni, watashitachi ga yoi tsuitachi ikiru toki, watashitachi no yoru wa heiwa ni naru koto o negatte imasu! Soko ni watashitachi o torimaku son’nani aku ga aru toki ni sore wa muzukashīdesu – , watashi no kankyō no naka de ikari ga atta baai — – sore wa sore wa totemo haruka ni muzukashī watashi wa heiwa-tekidearu tame ni wa… , Watashi wa teishi shi, kokyū o motte iru koto ga dekimasu… To iesu o oboete iru. Anata ga kore o yonda toki ni ōjite, oyasumiya ohayō!

        Thank you for the blessings! What didn’t you expect from me? I used Google Translate—I hope it worked well…and that I did not say anything I should not have said. I do believe in the message of Jesus–I think HE had a great deal of courage and spoke of peace. I love the Beatitudes in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke! I do think and HOPE that when we live a good day, our evening will be peaceful! It is hard when there is so much evil surrounding us–and when there is anger in my surroundings—it makes it so much more difficult for me to be peaceful…then I have to stop and breathe…and remember Jesus. Good night or good morning, depending upon when you read this!

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      • Yoshiko says:

        Oh, I didn’t expect you can write Japanese. That is what I thought. No worries, I understand English 🙂

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      • グッドモーニング、佳子!はい、あなたは英語を非常によく理解している – 私は、私は別の言語について精通したことを望む!私はちょうどあなたが自分自身の言語であなたに書いて、誰かに感謝かもしれないと思った。
        Guddomōningu, Kako! Hai, anata wa eigo o hijō ni yoku rikai shite iru – watashi wa, watashi wa betsu no gengo ni tsuite seitsū shita koto o nozomu! Watashi wa chōdo anata ga jibunjishin’no gengo de anata ni kaite, dareka ni kansha kamo shirenai to omotta.
        Good Morning, Yoshiko! Yes, you have a very good understanding of English–I wish that I was as knowledgeable about another language! I just thought you might appreciate someone writing to you in your own language.

        私は言語はとても面白いと私は発音約あまりにも分からない—新たなフレーズを学ぶことが好き! (笑)
        Watashi wa gengo wa totemo omoshiroi to watashi wa hatsuon yaku amarini mo wakaranai — – aratana furēzu o manabu koto ga suki! (Emi)
        I find languages so interesting and I like learning new phrases—just not too sure about the pronunciation! (smile) Have a great day, Yoshiko!

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      • Yoshiko says:

        Thank you, Jane, I appreciate your efforts 🙂 don’t force yourself

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      • Yoshiko says:

        Thank you, Jane, for your effort 🙂

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  3. Gyslaine L. says:

    Good morning Johann 🙂

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  4. Maryellen Churnick says:

    This is so lovely. And full of hope. It is like you have rejoined the human race. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful!

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  5. Eliza Waters says:

    Lovely – I love summer mornings!

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  6. tersiaburger says:

    and a very good morning to you dear friend!

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  7. clarabetty says:

    You did it again! I’m trying to learn the forms used in poetry as mine is mostly free form-some rhyming. Is this free form, prose or some other form. I want to try out more forms.

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