Pages tagged with Meadowsweet

After a long days walk in the country a man builds a fire in a meadow and reflects on the beauty of night time.
It's a bit complicated, but it's about a boy with an unhappy childhood. The boy turns to nature and the beauty of nature to take his mind off his problems. As he grows old he begins to think about those times and would like the opportunity to go back in time to leave his younger self ...
Meadows rich with green grass, little wild flowers softly sway, On a small wind drifting gently past on this late summer’s day,
A poem about morning times years ago. When farms rang or blew horns to call workers for breakfast. Country people slept as a new day began.
Many years ago my wife and I lived by a beautiful lake in the Northamptonshire countryside. The lake had a path around it and the walk took about half an hour. There were many lovely woods and meadows around this lake and we made a friend with a duck who only had one eye and my wife c...
A old soldier lays on his bed it is his last day. The memories of his wonderful life return.
Mr. August walks around his countryside ensuring everything is going to natures plan. After looking he finds all is good and thanks his special friends.
A man gets lost in the beautiful country side and the changing season delights him and he enjoys a lovely day.
Sitting in a garden on a July morning a robin trills his summer song.
Looking at nature as it unfolds its gifts and a song in your heart.
A poem about April, walking through parks, meadows, heaths and commons after a hard winter.
A poem about children playing in the fields their grandmother played. It lists all of natures beauty and the bonds of friendships made when very young. A poem that goes back in time.
A fascinating article covering the history, ancient lore and beliefs regarding herbs, their aphrodisiacal properties, medicinal and culinary uses. A sweet, somewhat different perception of some well-known and much loved herbs. The Ancient and Modern Uses, Virtues, Delights an...
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