May 2019 (Robin’s Egg, Floral Snow, EMILY DICKINSON POEM Stop one heart from breaking)

Hello Readers,

For May 2019, Priorhouse will join in with some of City Sonnet’s prompts.

Today’s Post features “WELCOME MAY” & “FLORAL”

Welcome May!

petals on ground

Pink Floral Snow 

 

 

“Everyone needs time to develop their dreams. An egg in the nest doesn’t become a bird overnight.” Lois Ehlert

“If I Can Stop One Heart from Breaking” by Emily Dickinson

If I can stop one heart from breaking,

I shall not live in vain;

If I can ease one life the aching,

Or cool one pain,

Or help one fainting robin

Unto his nest again,

I shall not live in vain.

 

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Thanks to Lady Lee for sharing this challenge (here). 

Here are the CitySonnet links:

Colors and Letters are HERE

Word Prompts are HERE

P R I O R H O U S E 2019

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36 thoughts on “May 2019 (Robin’s Egg, Floral Snow, EMILY DICKINSON POEM Stop one heart from breaking)

    1. Hi _ we are zone 7 – and so it is considered the south by some – but middle east coast – but warmer than the North and midwest…
      and glad you are getting some leaves
      🙂

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    1. Thanks Brenda – I found the poem while trying to find something to go with the blue egg!
      And sadly – I missed April being poetry month and so need to (maybe) explore some poems this month

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  1. “Pink Floral Snow” that is a cool name for the pictures. I think that is another part of spring beauty that you need to look low to see. I love it!

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  2. I have hope for lots of May flowers given our dismal April with all its rain, and March was not much to write home about either. My friend who lives in RVA tells me she enjoyed a very warm day today – 80s. The pink flowers are just exquisite and the Emily Dickinson poem as well.

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    1. Thanks a lot linda and if you ever come to
      Visit your RVA friend please let me know
      And hope You have lots of May flowers – much deserved 😉

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      1. You’re welcome Yvette. I will let you know if I visit RVA – Evelyn and I have been friends since 2000 when our respective law firms underwent a merger and have spoken many times, but never met one another yet.

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  3. May seems to be flaunting itself very well in your part of the world.
    It’s not happening here yet – it’s chilly and grey today 😦
    And thanks for sharing the city sonnet topics – I’ll try to join in.

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    1. Oh cool if you get to join in on city sonnet prompts – I have been wanting to for a little while and then saw lady lee Manila posts and …
      ok – have s nice day and see you later with me “pollution” post

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