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Glad he wasn't asleep on my sunflowers, Juliet - the gale blew them down yesterday.
Congratulations on such a lovely review (very well-deserved--your words are full of space and silence and compassion).
your haiku captures a quiet moment of autumn well.congrats on the nice review.
Beautiful!What a wonderful review of your book.How might I purchase and autograhped copy of your book?xx, shell
Wow to that review, Poet. James read it the same way I did, which I found interesting.And like weaver, no flying things anywhere to be seen around these westerly parts. Wind stong.
I love this; there's a strong taste of autumn in the poem, the busy insects ready for their rest.
Congrats on the review (and your haiku is lovely too).
Wonderful! Nature at rest. I saw one of your sleepy bees waiting for the sun on a blanket flower one cold morning this week. Thanks for reminding me!
What a wonderful siteI really enjoyed itThis is the first time I've visited but I have already bookmarked it for the futureGlobal Warming? No Way!
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