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Bloom into nature.


Solstice and sneezing are what June means to me,

With hay-fever days and mid-summer glee.

Nightjars churring on warm evening heaths,

While kits and cubs are cutting their teeth.


Foxgloves sway in the warm summer breeze,

As seeds and blossoms weigh heavy on trees.

Pollinators are busy tending the plants,

And swallows and swifts skywardly dance.


Dragonflies rattle in purposeful flight,

And butterfly flutters are such a delight.

Fledglings appear in scruffy new clothes,

As the momentum of life gently slows.


Summer is all about abundance and bloom,

As the animals bask in the fullness of June.

Taking your lesson from natures reflection,

And remind yourself of your earthly connection.


Take advantage of the long sunny days,

And stop for a moment to just breathe and gaze,

Abundance is there for all of our taking,

As we bloom into nature in our full awakening.


Written by Jen Blaxall

Photo by Roz Tucker

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