The Flower Moonflower at night; lavender by day, Magnificent sights; some would say, From, river to valley; and fields to hills. Some partake; of daffodils Violets of blue; roses of pink, What colors are missing; let me think, We often forget; from the ground, Most of them; start as brown From stem to leaf; most turn green, Some stand straight; some may lean, From below; their darkened tomb, Most of them; come to bloom Within the cycle; colors will flow, Some still seen; by moonlights glow, It gains its strength; from its roots, From atop; it bears its fruits In your search; of strength and power, Take a lesson; view a flower. Fred “aka.Grizz” LaPoint ’07
originally a red rose, edited in PSP-9 shot in early spring.. Shot with a Panasonic Lumix FZ35 I don’t recall the actual settings etc.