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i love watching the little parachutes...and where they land...will be next years flowers...carrying on the family....smiles.
Yes, aren't those dandelion parachutes something? Amazing how far they can carry a seed.
Love that landing site, fertile and ready for heart's desire. Nice! The images are suggestive, lovely.
Thank you for the lovely theme, Susan :)xx
I had not thought of them as little parachutes--but it is a wonderful description! And low the thought of a seed landing to begin.
Great combination of the three prompts. I too like the image of the little parachutes.
I love the idea of seeds as little parachutes....great response to the prompt(s), kiddo!
Nature sure is inventive in ensuring the propagation of the species. As a child I was responsible for distributing many weeds in the farmer's paddocks.
When it comes to the heart it will always land in a nice way though sometimes with little bumps! Nicely humbird!Hank
Make a wish.
love those wee little parachutes! Ever so hopeful!
Fun to watch them fly through the air
love the description....great take on the prompts...
Parachutes that float and carry hope, lovely on the breeze. Lovely words
Thanks for inspiration, Alan!
trifecta of prompts well met ~
I have to join in - I like the idea of the parachutes landing!
Thank you for all your kind comments! Happy Valentine's Day! Much Love! :)xx
The suggestive image are beautiful. The seeds of parachutes land on fallow soil to make it fertile for the heart to bloom. a lovely poem.
I like the floret, anticipated by heart ~
The image is perfect. The writing is lovely. Interesting that dandelions are so popular lately. People must be missing the summer.
What a beautiful picture..seems perfect matched with those words blowing softly on the page
Yes, "anticipated by heart." This is just lovely!
I'm trying to imagine the beautiful garden of dandelions...' a floret--anticipated by heart'..:):) This is so lovely....
oh i do like their unkempt heads...mirrors my own hair a bit...smiles
There's just something about dandelions! :)