For day 286 of 365 Days Wild I decided to add another bee drawing to my collection. I also popped out to collect a small handful of the Celandines that are flowering on the grass verges around the village. As always, I only pick a flower from a patch where are lots of them, and only one from each patch. The bees need them more than I do.
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She stood in the open frame of the patio door The hem of her kimono, lifted by the warm breeze The air felt heavy, my mind about to fray I long to touch the slight pulse in her throat Seconds drag by as I stood hidden beneath the branches of the blossom tree I stumble towards her, wanting to offer The wild strawberries I had picked Longing to sit, watch her eat To watch her lips wrap around each strawberry Knowing this simple act would un-fray my mind All would be right with the world…
Here I am, in the living room Watching TV, reading a book today, the book lay open on my lap Pen and paper at my side As a word spoken can set me off Yesterday, it was the word destiny Something I have just read Rewrites itself to end up in a poem Not today. My mind went on its own journey This doodling isn’t something I am known for I wonder what it says about me.