A Slice of Sky Pie - Shadorma Blue and white A slice of sky pie Massive tree A redwood Leafy lollipop heaven Steep climb to the top!
My poem is inspired by a recent trip to the botanical gardens in Cambridge. I noticed this magnificent tree and the wonderful slice of blue and white sky.
To join in Colleen’s poetry challenge:
Here are some other magnificent champion trees that I saw on my walk. Enjoy!
And a bee hotel.
I intended to go for another walk today but it’s pouring with rain so I’m writing this blog post.
I managed to go for a walk in the rain later!
Check out this wonderful review post from Balroop Singh for Colleen Chesebro’s Wordcraft Prose and Poetry and my poetry and prose book – Mr. Sagittarius.
Bye for now,
Wonderful Marje 💜💜
This is wonderful Marje 💜
Thank you Willow, it was a fun one to do! x
I can see that ☺️
What fabulous photos of the trees, Marje, and your shadorma hits the spot for a spring day. Thanks so much for mentioning Word Craft. You’re simply the best. <3
I feel a piece of that gently warmed sky, sun shaded by the redwood. It seems so strange to see a redwood in the East. We tend to think California owns them all. 🙂
Glad it brought you here Marsha. Yes its most unusual. The garden is filled with champion trees quite extraordinary.
Very wonderful. Enjoy the summer. That’s the them of my Writer’s Quotes Wednesday, if you feel like participating, Marje. 🙂
Ah, I’m snowed under with edits at the moment. I’m working on two books, Marsha. But if I get time I might join in. All the best for the summer. Marje x
I know how that goes. Snow in the summer, though, Marje that can’t be good! 🙂
What a beautiful moment captured in your poem, Marje. Loved all your pictures too.
Thank you so much Denise. I’m so lucky to have this on work doorstep!
Thank you Jude. 🙂
Such a pleasure.
Thank you. <3
Wonderful photographs Marje and very fitting words to go with them.. looks like an amazing place to spend time. hugs
Yes it is. I will miss it if we ever move away from here. Thanks Sally. x
A lovely poem, Marje. The botanical garden looks like a great place to find inspiration. And I love the bee hotel! 😀
Loved your shadorma and your lovely tree images Marje. ❤
Wonderful photos and your poem captures the feeling well. (K)
A lovely poem, Marje. Nature certainly does inspire you.
Thank you Robbie. And yes it does. x
It seems a lovely place to visit! And the sky really looks like a pie! Beautiful poem!
Thank you Elizabeth. It is a beautiful botanical garden. I’m so fortunate to visit there often. 🙂