Inside the Mind of Isadora

Friday Fictioneers – Nature Awakens

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The morning air is misty.

A slight chill is perfect for my walk.

 It’s eerily quiet today. 

Invigorated, I’m ready for my early morning coffee on the lanai.

The view of the garden revives my soul. It’s peaceful. Nature’s tooting her horn with songs of praise to the blooms about to be born. Trees reach out their branches to the sun in a zen posture. Bursting leaves beginning to sprout in verdant colors.

Winters days are slowly departing.Time for spring to emerge and draw near.

Birds fly above with silken wings glistening in the sunlit air. Blue Jays sing. 

2020©Isadora DeLaVega

 

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Genre: Prose

Word Count: 100 words

Photo Prompt©Douglas M.Macllroy

Author: Inside the Mind of Isadora

Intriguing, sensitive, mysterious, loving, artistic and crackling with excitement for life is a pretty good description of who I am. I just retired from the world of art where I sold my Artfully Designed Handmade Jewelry for 28 years; although, art will always be a part of whom I am no matter what venue I choose to express it.

23 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers – Nature Awakens

  1. Lovely. On my drive home from an appointment yesterday, I noticed a row of white pear blooming trees. There is a huge tree across the street –we call it a tulip tree here, huge pinkandwhite blossoms. Our dogwoods have very tight buds, but my weeping willow down at the end of the back yard is almost fully leafed out. It’s young–maybe in its third spring, and starting to look like the real thing 🙂 Terry bought three pots of azaleas, one dark red, two white. They’ll be gorgeous in a couple of years. I love this time of year, with its promise of life and growth.

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    • It sounds like spring is sprouting up everywhere in your garden. I love spring too.
      I enjoy watching the buds open. I have a few orchids in bloom. I have a tree called an orchid tree.
      It has flowers like the ones on a lei in Hawaii. They’re bright red with spots of white.
      I think a weeping willow is the perfect spot to sit under and read. Happy Spring!!!
      Thank you for commenting and visiting, Linda.
      Isadora 😎
      ps … I’d love for you to stop by when you have time and read my story ‘If I could Interview God’

      https://insidethemindofisadora.com/2020/04/06/if-i-could-interview-god-2/

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  2. The morning walks are like this for me right now.

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    • The morning air feels fresh and light in the early hours.
      Glad you’re still able to enjoy quiet walks during this stressful time.
      We all need to learn how to live in our new life. Thank you for visiting and commenting.
      Have a great week … Isadora 😎

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  3. That’s a lovely picture you’ve painted. It’s much preferable to what I’m seeing looking out the window on this dark, gray, rainy morning.

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    • Oh my, we so need rain here in Florida. It’s been a very long time since we’ve seen very much. We had a mild sprinkle this morning but not enough. When the sun comes out I’ll send some your way. Thank you for enjoying my Spring impressions.
      Isadora 😎

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  4. If only spring could stay with us until this nasty virus is sent packing

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    • Oh yes, I would like that. Spring is my favorite time of year.
      Let’s all hope we have a beautiful Spring so we can enjoy something
      positive while we stay home. Thank you for visiting and commenting.
      Have a very nice week … Isadora 😎

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  5. I dunno why… but I am suddenly singing “Birds gotta fly, you know how I feel…”
    Lovely, Isadora!

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  6. A lovely prose poem, Isadora

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  7. I think we will all be thankful for spring arriving this year more than ever.

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  8. Yes, we still have the spring

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  9. Querida Isadora,

    Que placer leer su cuenta. Ah la primavera. Thank you for a joyful piece to remind us of the good that still surrounds us.

    Shalom y salud,

    Rochelle

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