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Oct
14

Bit of a Pansy

We were walking through stubble; a misty morning with little to look at. I almost trod on it. A tiny, tiny window of light among the furrows. A Field Pansy wet with dew shone like a white hot ember.

Now getting scarcer to find, it brightened up a grey day.

Field Pansy

 

 

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1 Response to “Bit of a Pansy”


  1. October 10, 2014 at 11:17 am

    Good friend Eddie Anderson has made the following comment: Your spirit lifting pansy sometimes known (especially in Norfolk) as Heartsease, has a district of Norwich also so named, and school etc etc


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