onto my book blog, my husband Gerry said,
"You should take your own photographs of our own tulips!"
So I gave it a try! My results:
I like the way, in the following passages,
we humans share our bodies with the world,
our atoms with the sun,
and our time with the galaxies!
by Kim Edwards
from The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds
by Paul Zindel
On your way to the barbershop
you're almost blown off your feet
when it occurs to you that you're
using some of the very same time
needed to keep the galaxies
spinning through the light - years.
from the Collected Poems
of Ernest Sandeen