One Single Impression: Preponderance

Dances with Loons offers up the prompt: “preponderance” today.


Witness the weed garden.  The cold, wet spring didn’t lend itself to planting a garden so I let it be au naturel.  Two poems to speak to the preponderance of weeds.

weed garden grows
open market place for finches
dragonfly rest stop

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weed preponderance
finches feast
early afternoon

There is a preponderance of poetry at One Single Impression.

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11 Responses to One Single Impression: Preponderance

  1. pieceofpie says:

    weeds… being a crazy gardener i had to laugh heartily at this wonderful idea of a weed garden feeding the hungry…

  2. Leo says:

    very beautiful…

  3. love both of these … but, particularly struck by the image of the finches going to market!

  4. Lisa Nowak says:

    I wouldn’t know a finch from a meadowlark, but I trust they like weeds!

  5. Marilyn says:

    I don’t think I have ever seen such tall weeds. A lovely place for wildlife.

  6. Tumblewords says:

    Au naturel is good, generally! 🙂 Nice messages here!

  7. The finches are happy, let the weeds rock on! Thanks for a great write with this prompt!

  8. Loch Rob says:

    The natural garden is definitely a place for nature to stop in. Something simple gives complex thoughts.

  9. Ramesh sood says:

    Yes, well said, there is preponderance of every thing good provided we focus only on good.. it’s all around.. the fact that I am sitting here and writing this comment makes it so good..

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