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Therapy - Finding Accord and Feeling Restored

Posted for a Heads or Tails prompt (“Share a Summertime Memory”), a Meme Express prompt (“remember” and “forget”), a Saturday Free-for-All prompt (“wasted time”) a Simply Snickers prompt (“magnificent” and “moments”) and Wordless Wednesday.

No time in the garden is wasted time.
Photo c2006 by Nickers and Ink


Therapy –
Finding Accord and Feeling Restored

My garden is a place of peace,
Where worries stop, and troubles cease.
My roses, lilies, marigolds,
They do exactly as they’re told.

I love to dig out in the soil;
It’s my escape from all turmoil.
My asters, peonies and glads
Are most magnificent comrades.

When days demand my energies,
I hurry home to dungarees;
I grab my trowel and water-can
And focus my attention span.

In moments, life is looking real,
And worries seem like no big deal.
I gladly thank my rainbow’ed flowers
For offering me some tranquil hours.

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12 comments:

  1. I'm an apartment dweller, but I DO love sitting out and enjoying the flowers I planted in the space we have available. It IS very relaxing.

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  2. I love that yellow, it's beautiful.

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  4. A garden is always a place where you can take your worries in, but you have a hard time picking them up again when you leave. Somehow, they become invisible. Thank goodness!

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  5. well i wish mine was as obedient as yours... i have no green thumb,, and torture myself year after year attempting a vegetable garden,, that has no desire to cooperate!!!!

    you are a master of the rhyme.....

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  6. I'm not a gardener. The only plants that grow at my garden are those who grow in spite of me.

    This was a great poem. It made me smile. Thanks.

    My poem curiosity in life's journey is up at my place:
    http://bevies-place.livejournal.com/31761.html

    -Bev

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  7. oh lovely - "tranquil hours" - who doesn't need some of those?! love the way you rhyme. I need to study your style! Sometimes I get caught up in a rut with rhyme and it bugs me - I love the natural flow of yours. :)

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  8. Hi. It's "Gussie 1910" from MyBlogLog. Thanks for coming by over there. Your blog is truly lovely!

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  9. My garden is one of my therapies, as well. If you haven't looked at all of my garden photos on www.anythingness1.blogspot.com/
    you might be pleasantly surprised (The name of the site is Inspirations & Irritations). I include photos I regularly take of my garden and all the many birds that stop by.

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  10. Wow Linda, this is a beautiful poem. So true for gardeners. I remember the peace; and the feeling of accomplishment. I used to be one. I will return to being one I'm sure. Thanks for sharing your creativity. CordieB.

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  11. gqardens do bring pieces, my garden is in the form of houseplants, soothing to my mind and spirit.

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