Thursday, July 16, 2009

a tiny pomegranate tree



A tiny tree with pomegranates from the other world.

Persephone says:

I can be seen slipping down the dusk
in a thin black boat....



spirit of those red seeds

14 comments:

Cyan said...

Beautiful.

goatman said...

Now you've done it -- you made me smile.

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

Beautiful!

Marion said...

Thank you for posting a photo of a pomegranate tree...I've never seen one before. I realize this is bonsai, but do the regular trees grow very large?

Beautiful blossoms! Not to mention the poetic musings!

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Isabella said...

So lovely blossoms ... a delight! A temtation - not only for Persephone.

Kathryn Magendie said...

Gorgeous ... *smiling*

(Princess - my book is out! it came out April of this year - so exciting!)

get zapped said...

lovely! What a delightful tree!

Dorothée said...

Hi Princess,
I have never seen the plant itself. Thank you for sharing.
This fruit has became so popular the past 2 years, after they discovered the special health properties. I have tried it last year for the first time (amazing and beautiful inside) but the taste is not exactly my favorite (too sour) and it is quite messy to eat! My husband loves it though.
A bientot!

vanishingword said...

Little, Red, Burst.

goatman said...

Ahhh, the Bonsai. I think of trying this each summer since I am out on the deck each day to care for the little fellows. Then winter approaches and I haven't . . .

maybe this time.

I am feeling better. thanks for the healing words.

Cergie said...

I know this bush which has so beautifully brilliant red flowers, such a special colour. But it must be carrefully grown : it is so sensitive to cold ; in Brittany, western part of France, it is possible to see beautiful ones, but not in my garden near Paris.
:(

Moon River said...

where are you roaming princess?

A.Decker said...

This whole post is so lovely. Princess, you are an enchantress!