Definition

One must make a distinction however: when dragged into prominence by half poets, the result is not poetry, nor till the autocrats among us can be “literalists of the imagination”—above insolence and triviality and can present for inspection, imaginary gardens with real toads in them, shall we have it.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Transforming with Nature's Wonders

Hello, a trip to China on gossamer wings anyone?


Luoping County is located in Qujing Prefecture, YunnanChina.
The county of Luoping in eastern Yunnan is noted for its beautiful scenery in spring, when its fields of canola (also known as rapeseed) flowers are in full bloom, surrounding the area's mountains with a sea of golden flowers to spectacular effect.


Canola field in Luoping cc wiki by Fanghong



Feel free to try your hand exploring any point of view that pleases you.
Flower, butterfly or insect, native of the land, tourist, mountain...
you get the idea...research the area if you like and bring us some facts.

It's a springboard for inspiration...

Write something new, have fun
and enjoy each other's creative offerings.


Thank you, and happy weekend to ALL in the garden. 

9 comments:

Hannah said...

Hello everyone...happy almost weekend! I look forward to your poems. :)

Sanaa Rizvi said...

Hey everyone,

Hope you're having a wonderful week, sharing my poem "Luoping" hope you all like it :D

Thank you Hannah for this lovely opportunity, this one's for you :D

Lots of love,
Sanaa

brudberg said...

I mostly got inspired by the wonderful color of rapeseed, that we also have here in Sweden... :-) Thank you Hannah

Hayes Spencer said...

What a lovely prompt! I've seen the canola in the Midwest and also the sunflowers with their gorgeous gold. I don't usually do prompts from other sites because I am so busy but this one is irresistible. Hayes Spencer is kanzensakura

Outlawyer said...

Hi Hannah! k.

Susie Clevenger said...

Such a beautiful photo. Thank you Hannah for the inspiration.

Hannah said...

Thank you for writing and enjoying the prompt! :)

Kerry O'Connor said...

Hi Hannah, your beautiful fields of canola helped me to write about one of my students, who passed away today after suffering an aneurysm. She was 16 years old. However, I used the harvest of damascus roses as a metaphor for her life.

I want to read all the poems this prompt inspired once I have come to terms with the grief. I have not linked up my poem, but want to thank you for the means to find words for loss.

Blogoratti said...

Really lovely photo indeed.