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Bluebell Wood

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In May, we went to Bluebell Wood
To walk the earth of azure blue
To see the bells of thimble heads
In their annual spring debut

They flowered beneath the canopy
Of beech just breaking bud
An ornamental curlicue
A periwinkle flood
Lilac lily of the forest flora
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Sunday, November 11, 2018
Topic(s) of this poem: flowers
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COMMENTS
Helen Carty 07 June 2020
Thank you to Dave and Chinedu for their kind comments.
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Dave Walker 11 November 2018
A great poem, it brought back a lot of memories, We have a place called Blue Bell woods.
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Chinedu Dike 11 November 2018
Well conceived and elegantly brought forth with insight. Thanks for sharing Helen.
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