Watermelon, fireworks, new barbecue sauce, a child’s wagon, homegrown tomatoes, rose petals
Day lilies, cantaloupe, orange dream on a stick, campfire coals, a shocking sunset, ripe peaches
Sunlight on my skin, black-eyed susan, sea shells, the heart of a daisy, full moon, buttered cobs of corn
Fresh mown lawn, leaves making merry, mossy rocks by the streambed, bits of sea glass, grass stains
Rows of denim jeans against the wind, still water, a robin’s eggshell fallen, open sky
Bright bunting wings here and gone again, blueberries, iridescent dragonfly wings, hydrangea clusters
Concord grapes, ruffled fuchsia blooms, bruised bare knees, black raspberry ice cream, twilight
YES!!!! And family picnics!
I read it, and reached ‘blue’ before I saw the colours. Then I reread with great delight.
I like this! (The fruit scattered throughout was my clue.) Nicely done.
I love it!
Sunburns, sweaty people, broken a.c., running out of ice, bug bites, bored kids, stressful vacations.
You shouldn’t share such a one sided perspective to your readers.
To Miss Tillie: Forgive him. It’s a close friend privilege, poking holes for the fun of it. I love that you stood up for me! 🙂
To A concerned subscriber: When those things come in pretty colors, I’ll include them all.
Well. Great relief that it’s that simple.:)
In a way I could/should have known…but yet. 🙂
Enjoyed the rainbow. To borrow an old expression, “smashing” good lines “A robin’s eggshell fallen, open sky,” and ” black raspberry ice cream, twilight.” I like how your description of the first item applies freshly to the second. Was it Emily Dickinson who was good at placing words as you have to take on double meaning? I don’t know. Either way, keep it up!
Ps. Makes me hungry for Concord grapes!
Thank you! I knew I liked you. 🙂