Fluffy Heart

img_00052 Photos courtesy of RFB


Soft, subtle colors of winter are a mere whisper of your summer dress.
You do not fly south where days are warm.
Feeders are filled to overflowing to relieve your daily hunting stress.
Perched for a turn or to sound alarm,
buffeted by the north wind, a little poof of feathers sings, My friend. My friend.
Donna Black






Ficus pumila Variegata
When variegated plants revert to green, it should be removed. The trimmings can be rooted for a whole other plant.




About mothernaturesgarden

Gardening in Tennessee Zone 6 at an average of 744.65' above sea level.
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9 Responses to Fluffy Heart

  1. Ohhh that is one bird I would love to be able to hold and feel…he just looks so fluffy and cute!!!

    I always admire these birders that can get them to come perch on there fingers or feed from a container they are holding.

  2. Awesome pic’s of the birds, just love ’em!
    Anything birdie is fine by me…but of course, your photos capture them beautifully. You are most definitely’mother nature’!! Jan

  3. skeeter says:

    All of our birds are puffed up right now and keeping me running to the feeders too!

  4. Very cool birdie! I had a variegated privet that reverted back to its roots;)

  5. Brenda Kula says:

    What a sweet, colorful fluffy little bird! I try so hard to get photos of the birds, but as soon as I get my camera focused, off they fly away!

  6. Gail says:

    Donna, Hi…a very sweet poem Donna! I love the little poof ball of feathers shot of the goldfinch…gail

  7. nancybond says:

    The goldfinch really is “a little poof of feathers”. 🙂 They are so dear. Great poem, Donna!

  8. Betsy says:

    ‘Dem are the fluffiest goldfinch I’ve ever seen… What are you feeding them, out there in middle TN, Donna????? Steak and baked potato????


  9. tina says:

    That goldfinch is a bit of sunshine what with his pretty yellow throat. Very Cute.

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