© Neetu Malik/A. Mac
Bouquets from scorched seeds …
Thank you, Mac.
Even scorched seeds can bring forth beauty - that could be an allegory for many historical incidents. Well done.
Indeed they can, Buzz. Thank you.
Come commiserate with the collaborators and commenters.
Hopefully the morn will bring some folks around, Mac.
Thank you both. Your collaborations always make me feel - but I think that's the point.
Yes, I suppose that is the point, Pj. Thank you for coming by!
Thank you, as always.
Thank YOU, dd.
Bravo! Very well done!
Another great example of teamwork. Keep it up!
Truly beautiful, words AND picture!
I just read about some flowers that have to be scorched in order to bloom. They require the forest fires, to germinate their seeds. Interesting concept, isn't it?
And the seeds of others, like Columbine, must first freeze!
Interesting, yes, Dowser dear. I didn't know about those flowers, but I am glad to know they exist! Thank you for your kind words.
It enables the forest to regenerate itself-- ain't life wonderful?
Or at least, that's how I see it...
Love you, dear friend and poet!
Yes, it is, Dowsie. Love you too, dear friend!
Beautiful picture and great message
Thanks to both of you
Thank you, Robert.
A sincere "thank you" for the kind words to all who have shared them,
Neetu2 & Mac,
The seriousness and beauty the two of you put together is truly collaborative art, a welcomed respite to my day. Thank you for sharing your crafts.
You are very kind to say that, Lynne. Thank you.