Sunday, May 13, 2012

Beside My Garden Gate


My garden blooms with roses rare,
 And trees where nestlings mate.
In early spring when soft winds sigh,
Around my garden gate.
A rustic seat is hidden where,
Both joys and sorrows wait.
Where trumpet vine and daffodils,
Bloom round my garden gate.
When woes beset on every hand,
And sorrow seems my fate.
I grab my hat and spend an hour,
Beside my garden gate.
I bid my troubles all adieu,
Until a later date.
And find a peaceful haven there,
Beside my garden gate.
~ Blanche Elder Crispin






What can be prettier than Hydrangea?  I love all of the colors. My friend Betsy has a variegated variety that is so pretty and unusual. When they bloom, I'll take a picture of them to post.


A little bird feeder in the garden. That's a lizard's tail you see.  He wouldn't move so I could take the picture.





Pink eye Impatiens sitting next to a little boy and his rabbit. I love cute statues especially ones with rabbits.







Blossom just starting to bloom



A silk wreath I got from a beautiful gift- decor shop called Primrose Lane.



Have a lovely week.
 ~Clara


 

I'm joining  Mary for Mosaic Monday



18 comments:

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

That is so beautiful, Clara!

Your hydrangea is my fav colour - it is gorgeous!

Lavender Cottage said...

Hello Clara
Such a pretty wreath on your gate, the roses look real. Hydrangeas are a favourite shrub, so many colours and varieties to choose from.
I like the poem that compliments your mosaic.
Judith

Annesphamily said...

Such a lovely wreath! I Love looking at the flowers. They are magical. Your poem is a perfect companion to your post! Happy Mother's Day to all today!

Rowan said...

I really like your silk wreath - it looks so pretty and summery.

Suffia said...

Lovely hydrangeas. The silk flowers are just beautiful and look real.

HansHB said...

A nice post, - great photos!

chateau chic said...

Very lovely post! Beautiful hydrangeas.
Mary Alice

Carolyn said...

Your garden gate looks so pretty with the silk wreath. I love hydrangea's too.

Take care,
Carolyn

Ms. Redo said...

Your poem is lovely ... and your garden is so gorgeous! Thanks for sharing with us at Smiling Sally's party. Hugs ~ Mary

Sarah~Magnolia Surprise said...

Oh, I love hydrangeas! My aunt had beautiful huge bushes filled with all the blue and purple blooms. Gorgeous! Your silk wreath is sweet also!

SmilingSally said...

I love hydrangeas too, especially the blue ones! Thanks for sharing your blues.

Happy Blue Monday, Clara.

Raindrops and Daisies said...

Beautiful flowers and beautful words ♥

Have a good week


Fiona

Sueb said...

Your Hyderageas are stunning and your garden gate is so pretty to.

LV said...

A very nice combination of words and flowers.

Pamela Gordon said...

A lovely post. I enjoyed seeing all your pretty blooms and the poem. Blessings, Pamela

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Lovely garden gate and the Hydrangeas, are gorgeous, mine are blooming as well and they make me happy as well as miss my momma even more, she adored hers~

Jan said...

My Hydrangeas have just sprouted their leaves. It's lovely to see yours in bloom.

pembrokeshire lass said...

The hydrangeas are lovely and I can't believe the silk flowers...they look so good. Joan

Thank you for stopping by and taking the time to comment. I love to hear from you. ~Clara~