Summer And Fall ~ Nona Keen Duffy Said It Best πŸ’•

Hello my lovely friends πŸ’•

I just came across this lovely poem. It made me smile – so I want to share it with you!

I hope you love it too! πŸ˜ŠπŸ’•

I’m always curious about artists that touch something in me…so I (tried to) find out more about Nona Keen Duffy.

Sadly I couldn’t find much πŸ˜•

This lovely lady was born on 11 February , 1893, and died on 23 September 1989 at the age of 96.

She is buried in Glendale, California.

 Nona K <I>Keen</I> Duffy

Nona was the 4th child of James and Victoria Keen, and had 4 sisters & 3 brothers.

I found this photo of the Keen family on Pinterest.

Nona is on the right, behind her baby sister Thelma.

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Do you enjoy the time of year described in the poem? I love it – the heat is over and done with, but it’s warm enough to enjoy some outdoor-time. And the promise of Fall in the air – there’s nothing better than that!

I’m looking forward to hearing from you! πŸ’•

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Wildflowers 🌼🌾🌻

Hello my lovely friends πŸ’• Me again 😁

Yesterday I showed you some pictures of my walk on the Nature Trail nearby. Well, ever since I posted the pictures of the Wildflowers I tried to remember a lovely poem about them. It just wouldn’t leave me alone … or come to me 😜

But thanks to the ‘Hello Poetry’ website 😍 You now get to (have to? πŸ™‚) read a poem.

First – the picture 


And here are some lovely words from Elizabeth Cotton 

Wildflowers 🌼 

The sun 

shook in laughter 

 scattering 

 tiny pieces 

here 

and 

there 

amidst the grass 

and leaves 

now swaying in the breeze 

still laughing all the while

 ~ Elizabeth Cotton πŸ’œ

Beautiful, isn’t it? 😍

I hope to see you tomorrow 😊

Until then πŸ’•