hibiscus hedges -
where every detail yearns for
a spot of sunlight
a stay at home day -
images of hibiscus
occupy my mind
© gillena cox 2016
hibiscus hedges 2011
hibiscus hedges 2012
pink hibiscus 2014
midweek motif ~ home
[also posted today to NaHaiWriMo]
Every details yearns for a spot of sunlight.. that's so true...
Oh! This is absolutely gorgeous Gillena :D
Stay at home days are my favourites........it is lovely to imagine a hedge of hibiscus. Wow!
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'stay at home days' are the best specially among flowers....
I was just thinking of my hibiscus trees that I lost to a a freeze. They are so sunny and cheerful.
Happy you dropped in Sumana
This is lovely :)
They are such Leslie, thanks for dropping in
You can never go wrong appreciating a hibiscus!
I love to stay home and if I had a hibiscus hedge, I'd love it even more. Lovely writing Gillena.
You always feel happy with a hibiscus bush in bloom; with a whole hedge doubly so!
This was lovely and so wistful!
A stay-at-home day is often the most relaxing and refreshing kind of day.
hibiscus hedges - brings warm thoughts and the plant is known to have healing properties. Healing in the home...
Home connects with special, meaningful images.
Hibiscus! We're still waiting for the forsythia to bloom. Soon... I hope you enjoyed your day at home.
That sounds like a lovely stay at home day :)
Nice Gillena. _m
I have two kinds, one blooming late spring and the other in summer. Home, yes.
Thanks for your appreciation Maggie
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Nice, Gillena. Funny, "hibiscus" has always sounded to me like something to eat.
Hibiscus is reminiscent of summer and happiness for me.
(✿◠‿◠) glad you dropped by Bill; there is a variety of plants. There are these garden plants, there are also the ones we call here in T&T sorrel[ (Hibiscus sabdariffa] which we use in jams, drinks and wines
Happy you dropped in Rall
Beautifully done, Gellina. Hibiscus is a sacred flower for hindus...and often offered to the dieties . This will stay in my mind for a long time...Thanks!
Thank you for your appreciation Panchali
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