On a summer’s day . . .

Laura Coombs Hills

Larkspur and Hollyhock,
Pink Rose and purple Stock,
Lovely smelling Mignonette,
Lilies not quite opened yet,
Phlox the favorite of bees,
Bleeding Heart and Peonies –
Just their names are nice to say,
On a summer’s day.
  Dorothy Aldis. 


11 thoughts on “On a summer’s day . . .

  1. The poem reminds me of the song "An English Country Garden" which I love to sing. The names do just slip off the tongue and bring happiness, don’t they?Jody


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