Yes, be careful what you say. Or at least be careful how you say it, and send your ideas to the world.
Thanks, Joanne. Let's send our thoughts onto the wind to clutch Earth together at their roots.
It seems to me that this is a timely reminder in these days of social media . . .And it's also just a lovely word picture.
You must have paid attention in both math and English class:)
Had to. Back then schools had corporal punishment for inattention --and rumors of firing squads!
A lovely poetic musing.It's a force that is pushing the mass of my imagination.Not sure about the Newtons involved, though I like mine figged.
Tom, as a boy I learned to climb like a monkey into ancient fig trees that actually formed tunnels with their branches. The rewards were palpable and palatable. When I later found Fig Newtons existed, I thought the world was about perfect.
Mostly my dandelions are getting picked :-) They are underrated beauties, I'm happy to find them honoured here xx
Dear Lisa. You touch a nerve. 30 years ago I was gardening at a high school and one of the custodians came out to see me. He watched me daub the shrub-bed with herbicide, then pointed to dandelions in the lawn."You no kill weeds?" He asked."Not weeds", I answered. "Beautiful."He replied,"In Vietnam, I was herbalist --prescribe these leaves for digestion.""Thanks for teaching me that", I said.He touched my back gently and went back inside.