23 September

The fairest thing in nature, a flower, still has its roots in earth and manure. David Herbert Lawrence

The fairest thing in nature, a flower, still has its roots in earth and manure. David Herbert Lawrence

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7 Responses to “23 September”

  1. Susan Says:

    i LOVE it!

  2. jacqui Says:

    yes that singular turd amongst it’s flower children is still a great shot and a wonderful addition to a daily calendar along with the quote

  3. lisa Says:

    yes it is

  4. Poetic Universe Says:

    Turd sounds so ugly though. I dont think it captures the respect that people have for this grassland fertilising, wall mortering , floor sealing, fire fueling resource . Eskimos have 2 billion words for snow and ice. i wonder if Tibetans are like this with the language of manure?

  5. jacqui Says:

    I don’t think turd is an ugly word myself, I would not mind even it was added to my name ‘ turd face ‘ I could live with…the meaning is in the eye of the beholder…turd is more like cow pat in my mind than other words I could have thought of

  6. jacqui Says:

    turd has a rustic sound to it, an earthy sound ..it rings true as a word rather than say even ‘manure’ …..manure is a bit uppity

  7. Poetic Universe Says:

    lovely uppity manure.

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