Tag Archives: dandelion poems

wishing well

…   two stars granted, i wanted more for you than this fading trail; perhaps a Halley’s comet to lead you home.   .. dandelion fluff enchanted, i wished for another tiny spindled thing to make the day sing; realized … Continue reading

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A Spectacle of Fluff

“…waving one like a sparkler, a small wand of white fire, the air filling with tiny parachutes. Blow, and you tell the time. All that time, blowing away in the summer breeze…”   – The Handmaid’s Tale, Margaret Atwood .. Enough, … Continue reading

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f l u f f

    written for poets united motif.

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Wisdom of the Seeds

Toril “Wisdom of the Seeds” 24 x 36 .. A bird in the hand is worth two (hundred) dandelions in the fluff, enough for a life -time of wishes. And while she’s waiting, cloaked in blue: a few handfuls of … Continue reading

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