Please add your poem or quote, thank you

By: Proserpina, 7:08 PM GMT op 04 oktober 2014

For the month of October, I'll try to post a poem or a quote a day.

And if possible I will include a photo that somehow points out something in the poem or quote.



The Rainy Day

The day is cold, and dark, and dreary;

It rains, and the wind is never weary;

The vine still clings to the mouldering wall,

But at every gust the dead leaves fall,

And the day is dark and dreary.

Updated: 3:21 PM GMT op 18 oktober 2014

Glorious Morning Glories

By: Proserpina, 4:15 PM GMT op 16 september 2014

For me the glory of the morning is a MORNING GLORY!

Ipomoea Purpura (common Morning Glory)

The botanical name ipomoea is from the Greek ips, meaning "worm", and homoios,"resembling" so the meaning is "wormlike", while the family name for all the morning glories, convolvulaceae, comes from the latin convolvo meaning "to intertwine".

September is represented by two flowers, Asters and Morning Glories. While Aster is the symbol for pow...

Updated: 1:20 PM GMT op 26 september 2014

Myopic

By: Proserpina, 11:29 PM GMT op 09 september 2014

MYOPIC

Myopic is an adjective meaning shortsighted in every sense. Whether you need glasses or a new attitude, if you can't see the forest for the trees, you're myopic.

Synonyms: nearsighted , unimaginative, uncreative, unadventurous, narrow-minded, small-minded, shortsighted

In my opinion the DC school system is a pure example of myopic thinking!

Today’s Washington Post is carrying an interesting article by Pet...

Updated: 5:59 PM GMT op 14 september 2014

My One Hour Adventure

By: Proserpina, 11:34 PM GMT op 17 augustus 2014

The following 'story' was written for a group overseas. I decided to share it here as well.

MY ONE HOUR ADVENTURE

My Remote Shootaboot outing which took place on the 10th of August took me to the Green Springs Gardens. I often go to this garden with friends but this time I invited my hubby who accepted. Once we got there he told me that I had an hour at the garden, that’s it! I believe that I took almost 500 photos in less than one hour! O...

Updated: 5:32 PM GMT op 07 september 2014

Nastartiums

By: Proserpina, 1:47 PM GMT op 01 augustus 2014

DANCE OF THE FLOWERS, part 6
- NASTARTIUM


Tropaeolum commonly known as nasturtium, literally "nose-twister" or "nose-tweaker"), is a genus of roughly 80 species of annual and perennial herbaceous flowering plants. The name was given by Carl Linnaeus.. The name of ‘Nose twister’ was given because they produce an oil that is similar to that of watercress (Nasturtium officinale).

Nasturtiums are native to South and Central Am...

Updated: 8:06 PM GMT op 16 augustus 2014

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