Friday, January 7, 2011

They Were Wearing Blue Plumbago

Wish I had some kind of ringtone set up for all those pesky Thoughts of mine..
Just a soft reminder?
Maybe more like a quick zap
As in dog collar?
(Today was my last day of hen sitting next door) -best eggs ever too!

You have a horn now!
They smelled of Rosemary
Where the red and speckled hens
Laid their eggs
Wearing blue Plumbago
When they passed
Orange Hibiscus waved~

My thoughts on performance-
coming up in Pt. 2
Hope you have a terrific weekend~


Ginny said...

Do the hens eat these? And do the eggs taste like these plants,already rosemary seasoned! How many hens do you have and you get fresh eggs every morning, yum!! I have read two conflicting articles by foodies. One says there's a huge difference between farm fresh and grocery store. Another couldn't tell any difference. They both did blind taste tests.

Kilauea Poetry said...

My goodness..really tasty- yes, such a difference Ginny! They run free for most of the day and go back in their pen late afternoon. I collect them inside and some outside..but they were laying them under a large Rosemary bush and it was so fragrant..

Anya said...

Lovely story about hens
are they yours ????????
Your photo's are wonderful !!!

Have a relaxing weekend
Enjoy ....


Kareltje & Betsie =^.^=

Joyful said...

The hens are so pretty. How nice that you had fresh eggs. I think fresh anything is much better than store bought. I know free range chickens taste much better than the regular force fed ones. Lovely photos as always. Oh yes, I agree that it would be nice if there was a way to gently turn off pesky thoughts. Often meditation on a prayer verse (and repeating it over and over) works for me.

rainfield61 said...

What a story!!

Hens that love Plumbago and smell rosemary, and

dog that love hibiscus.

Sandra said...

i have plumbago in my back yard but no chickens. they are fine looking chickens. have not had a fresh egg in many a year. bet they taste good. you KNOW which photo I like best. can you guess? of course, it is the dog/hibiscus

teca said...

I love plumbago (called too Bela-Emília in Brasil), dogs and chickens that lay eggs... but now I live in an apartment, I can't have animals.
I really liked the pictures and words so simple, so sweet...
Have a great Sunday, Regina.
Kisses with love.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Yes Anya.. too-
Penny, I'm goin g to miss the eggs when they run out! Those thoughts have a way of stirring things up I guess..wishing you a great day-
Rainfields, I love the escape..(can you tell)? (smile)
Sandra, you were raised on a farm so you know.. I have to put paws link up:)
Hi Teca..oh thank you..glad you enjoyed these! Have a wonderful day-

Amin said...

Very interesting post!

Amin said...

Beautiful photos!

Amin said...

Are these hens are Yours?!

The Write Girl said...

Beautiful post...hen sitting must have been fun. Loved the photos and those are such gorgeous flowers. The colors just pop. Lovely!!

i stora drag said...

Hi! So nice to see your lovely Summer photos of the sweet hens!
In Sweden we´re having ice on the roads and everywhere you had to go now! It's not nice!

Thank you for your comments on my elk-pictures! It was a pleasant afternoon there!
Regards from Pia

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