Sun and Phosphorus

Antique children of endless spring Gaze blithely Over timeless sands, Mindless of their abandonment To the fiery light, Stilled before the flickering Phosphorescent light: Wizened visage Powdered portraiture Mildew blight. More poetry Advertisements

Clay and Roses

In a June 9, 2012 Toronto Star article titled “Tips for surviving in the clay belt” an experienced gardener warns that residents of the GTA have only clay soil in which to garden, but consoles these poor clay bound gardeners by telling of the rather lengthy array of plants that will grow in clay soil. … More Clay and Roses