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


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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