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Wild Flowers in the Outfield

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First Published         6 Sep , 2009      12:01 am      (UTC/GMT -8 HRS)

What’s in a name?
A flower will still be a flower, though growing wild and uncared for. Dainty and frail, they thrive well and good outside the backyard fence basking at the sunshine, facing the vast, wide expanse of almost endless ricefields.

Ano an yaon sa ngaran?
An burak fermi nang burak, maski nagbutwa sa katangyanan. Saradit man saka delikado, marhay an tubo asin dakul sa likod kan kudal sa libod nagpaparigos sa saldang, sa atubang kan mahiwas, haros daing katapusan na paruyan.



First Published         6 Sep , 2009      12:01 am      (UTC/GMT -8 HRS)


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  1. Jo says:

    Hi I’ve popped over to your blog from your visit to mine. Thanks. I’ve added myself as a follower to your blog.

  2. Bonnie Bonsai says:

    This looks dainty and pretty. Reminds me of the violet hedges at home where we sometimes spread our washed clothes to dry. Sometimes we sipped the nectar ourselves in competition to the bees and it tasted so sweet. 🙂 What a fond memory!

  3. Angie says:

    I would love a wild flower like this to take over my back fence. Thanks for your visit & comment.

  4. Arija says:

    A very pretty flower with a nice colour.
    I like your skywatch too.

  5. Ebie says:

    This is a pretty flower, no matter how wild it grows. I love its pastel color. Thanks for the visit.
    My main blog is here.

  6. This Is My Blog - fishing guy says:

    CB: What a neat flower, I will play later today.

  7. Nance says:

    Hmmm…wonder what this pretty flower is? The color is so enchanting, light purple with darker center, very interesting!