Standard Posted by Brenda Davis Harsham Posted on April 27, 2014 Posted under Photography, Poetry, Tales for Kids of All Ages Comments 34 Comments Hectic Mountain Laurel The invisible spring wind Shakes silky blooming branches And tastes sweet flower petals. The flower fairy fragrance swirls. The tallest branches dance, Encircle the sun, hug the wind. Copyright 2014 Brenda Davis Harsham Ways to Share this:EmailPrintMoreTwitterTumblrPinterestPocketFacebookGoogleLinkedInRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related FlowerMountain LaurelpoemPoetryspringwind Post navigation ← Magnolia Cat Sith – April 28, 2014 – Quatrain Fairy Poem → 34 thoughts on “Hectic Mountain Laurel” That sounds like a really beautiful day – dream like! 🙂 The picture is wonderful – I might be about to land in your tree, as a bee or a fairy!! 😉 LikeLike Reply Thanks, I hope you do have some magical moments. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Such a bucolic universe. I love the imagery you have achieved through those natural poetic images. Hope you have a great week ahead, Brenda, Aquileana 🙂 LikeLike Reply Thanks, I do like concentrating on the bucolic rather than the choleric. 🙂 And you have a great week, too!! LikeLike Reply Brenda, I have been a follower for a few months now, and your pictures and poems amaze me, I didn’t think that so many pictures could show so much beauty, and I thought I would tire of seeing the pictures but I haven’t. I enjoy them as much today as I did the 1st time I viewed your blog. Thank you, Bill LikeLike Reply Bill, I’m so glad you said that. I would hate for it to get old or stale. I did wonder, now that I am through a whole year if it would start to feel forced, repetitive or routine to me, but no. I can’t say it does. I always think of new ideas. Somehow. I don’t know how. I read on someone’s blog: a creative person’s mind is like a browser with over 2,000 windows open. That’s what it feels like to me, too! I’m so glad my blogging friends aren’t finding it boring. 🙂 Hugs, Brenda LikeLike Reply Beautiful poem, Brenda. I love laurel, and your poem’s a great, sweet representation of its liveliness! best, Deborah (ruralstudies) LikeLike Reply Deborah, Thanks for you kind comments. Laurel is a beautiful tree. My husband thought it was a variety of cherry. Some people have weeping laurels and others weeping cherries, and they look just the same except for color. I looked up your bio, and I thought I’d mention I studied at the Cornell’s Ag school. I studied some horticulture and various sciences and got my B.S. many years ago. They didn’t have history or English: other colleges offered those. I loved horticulture, and I garden as much as my bad back allows. I’ve always wanted to visit Nova Scotia. It looks so beautiful in summer. I noticed the ferry is running from Boston again. 🙂 Do you have a blog? I try to replay visits, but I didn’t find a blog. Warmly, Brenda LikeLike Reply Hi Brenda, Thanks for your message. How cool – you were at Cornell!!! Fantastic place – had several friends who went there. My only blog (active) right now is http://www.nomorelittering.wordpress.com. I’m frightfully behind on several things, but it’s spring!! best, Deborah LikeLike Reply Were they there in the late 80s? Uh oh, here I am dating myself! LikeLike Reply Nice! LikeLike Reply Thanks! LikeLike Reply Awesome portrait! 🙂 – Rahul LikeLike Reply Thanks, I like your gravatar pic, too. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Lovely. I miss flowers….. We are cold again…… LikeLike Reply I welcome the blooming trees, and I’m happy to share. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Reblogged this on B.E.S.T. Arts Gallery and commented: Beautiful Thoughts & Flowers #poetry #art LikeLike Reply Beautiful, Thank you for sharing 🙂 LikeLike Reply nothing like the fragrance of the flower fairies ) LikeLike Reply Hmm, I hope you stop and smell the magnolias. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Spring has sprung !! Beautiful photo, you are so very talented. Make it a beautiful day! LikeLike Reply Thank you!! Today was cold and rainy, but nonetheless a great day! LikeLike Reply such a beautifully lyrical dance of spring 😉 LikeLike Reply Thanks, I love to see the trees bloom. 🙂 LikeLike Reply So do I…sometimes I think they are more lovely than plain old flowers LikeLike Reply And huge, some of them. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Thank you! You are lovely!! Hugs, Brenda LikeLike Reply You’re cheating because you will always have me with the wonderful florals and fae. Very nice, thank you ~ Michael LikeLike Reply LOL Am I cheating? 🙂 Thanks for reading! Brenda LikeLike Reply I love this so much Brenda! It makes me feel the spring! And today I needed to feel the spring, I have been suffering from the extreme heat here, and I am so exhausted now. So this poem made me close my eyes and think of Norwegian cool springs! I love it when, after a long cold winter, the sun starts to get some warmth in it, and the air is still cold, so sitting under the sun feels like sitting close to a warm fire in cold winter 🙂 And I love flower fairy fragrance too! When I think of that fragrance I think of Holly trees in bloom 🙂 LikeLike Reply Yes, the air is cold, but the sun is very warming right now. Why are you in India? Sounds like you long to move back to Norway? Is your heart calling you home? LikeLike Reply Well, my heart at least wants to go there for a long visit! 🙂 And I am planning to do just that later in the summer 🙂 I love India too, but not in this heat!!! I am going on a holiday next week, so I am really looking forward to that! 🙂 For now though, I will have to manage! and I will 🙂 LikeLike Reply I imagine you can get used to any weather. My in-laws live in the desert, and we are visiting them in July. The temp will be 110 or higher. Whew!! LikeLike Reply I wrote a poem in your honor today. 🙂 You should get a ping. Hugs, Brenda LikeLike Reply Comments welcome! Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.