Butterflies Adorning the sky, like tiny fires burning, lighting up our world. Sue Wood I filmed this peacock butterfly in the garden while, enjoying the beautiful Summer weather.
I visited the croft this morning and saw several spear thistles standing tall. They were attracting lots of insects; butterflies, hover flies and bees. Here is an excerpt of a poem I wrote last Summer. Thistles Majestic crowns, no blooms could surpass, Standing tall above feathery grass. At Summer’s end they fade and die, DispersingContinue reading “Thistles”
White Swan Plumes of satin-snow Gliding on shimmering glass Ethereal glow Sue Wood
Òran Uisge Wildflower Meadow is my second poetry book published by Grosvenor House Publishing Ltd and will be released on August 5th 2021. Òran Uisge (gaelic for song of water) is a peaceful place to watch the bees and butterflies foraging for food, to enjoy fragrance from the wildflowers which fills the air andContinue reading “Òran Uisge Wildflower Meadow”