Sunday/ catch the wind 🍃

When rain has hung the leaves with tears
I want you near, to kill my fears
To help me to leave all my blues behind

For standing in your heart
Is where I want to be and long to be
Ah, but I may as well try and catch the wind
– From Catch the Wind (1965), a song by Scottish singer-songwriter Donovan

It rained all day, steady at times. The raindrops like to stick to the leaves of my Solomon’s-seals (genus Polygonatum) in little blobs before they roll off onto the ground.
The round speckled scar from the point of stem attachment is where these plants get their name.
[Picture credit: Joey Williamson, ©2020 HGIC, Clemson Extension]

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