Category Archives: Garden Poems

The Cottage

The Cottage A frisky pheasant skitters across the lawn joined by an inquisitive deer. In the shrubbery clumps of blue and yellow petals chopped logs stand in stacks. An abandoned tree-house falling to the ground the remains of a broken … Continue reading

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The Ash Tree

from an ancient wood trapped the garden of the tiny terraced house in south London was the reason I bought the house. I imagined it whispering words of comfort and even singing to me if things got tough. As the … Continue reading

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My Garden

Clouds of blue wisteria float above my head, and aquilegia pink and mauve frame where the birds are fed. Pansies love to tumble from my unruly pots, and spring bulbs left to sleep awhile, obscure forget-me-nots. The cherry blossoms sprouting … Continue reading

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The Oleander

We found it in Albi
no gentle sketch
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The Passing Season

HIdden from view he hums
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