|Old Sturbridge Village, MA (photo by Marian Kent)|
And last of all, to act upon this Stage,Leaning upon his staff, comes up old age.Under his arm a Sheaf of wheat he bore,A Harvest of the best: what needs he more?
from The Four Ages of Man by Anne Bradstreet (1612-1672)
Welcome to the open stage in the Imaginary Garden. Please share with us a poem of your choice today, and the visit the offerings of others. We look forward to enjoying the harvest of the best!
I'm well qualified to write on old age, lol - but I didn't take that hint! Some haiku instead...
Was still inspired by the "Trespass" prompt, but this had too many words, so I saved it for today!
What a lovely country garden, Marian. It looks so welcoming.
PS. I have shared my post with links to my poetry readings on Soundcloud.
Sorry i m late.. i m out of town.. but trying to keep up! Sharing " Because I couldn't just give up" hope you guys like it :D
Lots of love,
Hope everyone is having a wonderful week!
Sweetness! Like Sanaa, I'm traveling so my entry was a smidge late. My apologies. Have a lovely week, all!
Beautiful photo! Wish I had time to participate. Summer has been quite busy this year.
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