Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Wild Roses Growing Along The Fence


I went to visit my grandfather yesterday.
The flowers in my hand could not compete with what nature had already provided;
Wild roses growing along the fence,  just steps from where he rests.




34 comments:

  1. Beautiful tender post . . .

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  2. Lovely, wish I could smell them! :)

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  3. Perfectly and beautifully stated. Hugs.

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    1. Wild flowers truly are the most gorgeous.

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  5. So beautiful they are!! xo Heather

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    1. Wild flowers at their most beautiful!

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  7. So delicate, so beautiful, so summery.

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  8. It is so good to see a post from you again, Gayle! How special that you still have your grandfather alive that you can visit with him and enjoy his company. I'm sure he enjoyed yours. His roses are beautiful.

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    1. He has been gone for many years. But I think he knew I was there.

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    2. Gayle, I'm sorry. I'm sure he knew in his heart that you were there, whether his mind registered it or not. (((hugs)))

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  9. The roses are beautiful, and I’m sure your grandfather knew you were there. I always feel really close to my mum and dad when I visit their place of rest.

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    1. I like to think he can look down and see me there.

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  10. So pretty.

    Good to see you again!

    M : )

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  11. Don't you just love wild roses? I have a mystery one my friend sent me from WA state. It's a purple pink color and is doing well. Such a lovely sweet soft post.
    Linda

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    1. Oh, the color sounds lovely! Post a picture and maybe one of the blog friends will be able to figure out which one it is.

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  12. Beautiful picture. So enjoy your flower photographs.

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  13. What a beautiful fence with roses. So very rustic and elegant.

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