Clean air and sun ~ I enjoy poetry

Hey there everybody!

Today’s post will be a little basic, but I have no doubt that you’ll like it. I’m going to be sharing with you some poetry that I wrote the other day when I was up at my grandparents place. I went out for a couple of hours and indulged my photography habit, and it was amazing! They live in the Blue Mountains and everything just felt so clean, fresh and vibrant. I took some really great shots that I’m proud of, and they inspired me to write the following poems.

Bouquet_02

 

The smell of flowers

Like someone was happy today

And they wanted to share

bloom bloom

The smell of flowers

 

 

And the hydrangea whispered

‘I wish I was yellow,

Like the very life that

Shines

Through the trees’

Sometimes it is just as hard to be the

same as it is to be different.

 

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21 thoughts on “Clean air and sun ~ I enjoy poetry

  1. Simply.. amazing. I love your poetic side and photos are something we definitely bond over!
    I love little updates like these and I’m really thankful that we can be “friends” .
    Your the best and Happy new year!
    ERin, xx

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    1. Hi Erin!
      Thank you so much, and we should definitely email about becoming Pen Pals!

      Poetry and photography are such great hobbies, and I love that we have so much in common through those creative outlets. Very glad we’re internet friends!

      Merry Christmas gorgeous!

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      1. Aww, thank you! My email is linked on my blog so I hope you can get in touch before the new year. Thank you very much for becoming an amazing friend! This is the best Christmas ever. ❤️ Happy Christmas!

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