March 12, 2011

Bliss of Solitude



17 comments:

  1. One of my favourites by Wordsworth. Each time I see daffodils, this poem comes to mind.Are they already blooming in your garden?
    Rosie

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  2. Hi Cat,
    Love the quote, nice to read one of his less famous lines about daffodils! I love to see daffodils in the Spring, it gives a sense of things to come.
    J
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  3. Wordsworth wrote so much about spring...lovely...

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  4. Your daffodils are lovely! They are the essence of spring. Did you plant them in Mason Jars? That is a very clever idea.

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  5. That's a lovely capture of daffodils in 2 little pots/jars. Another creative idea!

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  6. Beautifully stated, Cat. As much as I love being with the people I care about, I absolutely treasure my solitary time; which is one of the reasons I love gardening...I'm completely one with me. Lovely photograph of blooming daffodils :)

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  7. Spring is in the air.....ahhhhh....:)

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  8. I love your new header Cat and this lovely post!

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  9. It's a bit cloudy and windy today, so it would be a good day to be alone, read a book, and enjoy a cheerful vase of daffodils.

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  10. Dancing with the daffodils .... a sunny, happy, delightful thought on what is a gray and windy day up here. Lovely.

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  11. The beauty of spring has brought joy to me in a sass time

    Jane


    Hey Cat, as you can see I made it over here. I am loving it! Those are my favorite spring flowers for a vase and Jane loves them too. So I let her leave a comment here - just in case you are wondering :-)
    See you soon,
    Sandra

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  12. Nothing more cheerful in the spring than daffodils in your garden :-)

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  13. What a nice pairing. Photo and poem.

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  14. What a superb choice of poem to go with such a lovely shot !

    That poem evokes a flood of memories ... and I'll leave it at that !

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  15. Cat, I can't wait to dance with my daffodils!

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Piglet sidled up to Pooh from behind.
"Pooh!" he whispered.
"Yes, Piglet?"
"Nothing," said Piglet, taking Pooh's paw. "I just wanted to be sure of you."
~A.A. Milne

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