Saturday, March 26, 2022

Sunday Muse #204

 Good morning Musers! So glad you are here! This week I have a theme growing and you have some options within the blooms of it.

~Sunflowers~

The sunflower is more than Ukraine’s national flower it has quickly become an international symbol of peace and solidarity for the Ukrainian people since the Russian invasion began. 

In the U.S. it is the first week of Spring, and I thought it would be fitting to feature this flower that truly holds a power that moves the heart.

   Enjoy the writing journey my friends! 

💛 Carrie




Artistic Image by Morysetta
Found this inspiring image via our fellow Muser & friend Sherry. 🤩




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23 comments:

  1. Wishing you all a writific weekend! 🌻✍️☕

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    1. I am glad you like them my friend. I feel the same way!

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  3. I love sunflowers! Always have. Endless poems about Ukraine not so much--topical poems are hard to do well and not sound prosey. Love the top pic and the dog one!

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    1. Me too, and I do see what you mean about the struggle with topical poems, but I felt led to go with it, and of course people can go any direction in the sunflower field they choose. I look forward to reading yours my friend!

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  4. Wonderful images. I will try to write something. Am peace blogging this weekend but cant resist these glorious pix.

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    1. Thank you Sherry, and I am glad I saw the one you posted on FB! I do hope you return!

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  5. I like the variety of images with sunflowers in them, especially that top one is gorgeous!

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  6. We all knew I would gravitate toward the beautiful gown amidst the sunflowers ....

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  7. Thanks for again such wonderful inspiration.

    Wish you all a good week.

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  8. Hi Carrie, It has been a while since I joined in the fun on the Sunday Muse - but who could resist all those sunflowers? I hope all is well with you and your musers.❤

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    1. We have missed you Marion and it is wonderful to have you join in. I couldn't resist the sunflowers once I came across them. I have been doing good and hope all is well with you. 💜

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  9. I adore sunflowers, and often visit the fields here when they are in full bloom. They are glorious to stroll through and gaze upon their yellow and orange hues.

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    1. How glorious that must be Truedessa! I love them to!

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  10. Loved all the pics. Helped to revive my frayed nerves. Had a rough day.

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    1. I am sorry you had a rough day Sunita. Praying the remainder goes much better.🌻

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  11. Wow - these pics are all so gorgeous and intriguing!

    -David [ben Alexander]

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  12. Thank you for the beautiful inspiration and story of the sunflower.

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