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A pale imitation of its summer self, it falls on trees and grass in faded rays. Its brightness is subdued, a watery yellow which gives only soft warmth. Yet flowers glow beneath its gentle touch, a last vestige of the … Continue reading
The only surviving flowers from a beautiful bouquet. They glow, pink and perfect. Petals spiralling into a delicate centre, each one is unique, its scent rising with every brush or sniff.
They burst through the fence, rushing towards light and air. Spindly shoots extended, bright pink flowers drinking in the sun.
A pale pink mist of vetch flowers hovers over the surface. Pale grasses, dried by the warm summer breeze, sway above them. The whole moves like a rippling lake, stretching to the green-leaved trees beyond.
It hangs outside a shop front. White and patterned with flowers, its brightness shines like Summer. A flag in the cool breeze, it heralds sunny days to come.
It buzzes busily around an early-flowering plant. Its bright yellow flowers are attractive and full of nectar. Moving happily from one to the next, it fills its stomach with this life-giving gold.
Sunlight gently caresses her delicate flowers. Already a dazzling lemon yellow, they glow like blooms reborn. Her glory will be short lived, but today she outshines the light she touches.
Everything is dripping from recent rain. The new Spring leaves and flowers are heavy with water. Yet there is still that fresh, expectant green of a Spring garden, waiting to burst into its Summer glory.
They open over the tarmac path; little red, heart-shaped flowers dropping gracefully from a fence-defying stem. Bright as this Summer day, they proclaim the season with their Valentine beauty.