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...Which things the angels desire to look into. I Peter 1: 12
The Columbines grow
On delicate stem
It pays to kneel below
To shoot neath' them,
Where it's a good angle.
There sits a tiny angel...
Holding a butterfly
Framed in the flowers,
That stand up high
After rain showers...
Poetry by me AJP© 2013
We have had lots of wind and rain most of the day which made it difficult to capture
these flowers but had to wait until the wind took a break from blowing and the rain
died down to a gentle sprinkle.
Thank you very much for the courtesy of the spotlight, Michelle Wambaugh!!!
Also by Andrea Petersen
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