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Pondering Pansies ~ What’s in a Name?

My name is derived from my Nanny (grandmother) who, (the story goes) on Easter Sunday, was born dead. It is told that her father, my great-grandfather, had a little bouquet of ‘pansy’ flowers in his hands he had picked from the garden, expecting this day to be joyous. Upon hearing this grievous news, he sullenly laid the tiny bouquet atop his daughter’s tiny chest. The moment the flowers touched her…she gasped for air and began to wail.  She was promptly named ‘Pansy’ […]

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~ Faith Flowers and Friends ~

Illustrated | Flower Friends and Faith Postcard Show your friends, just how near and dear they are to you … like faith, they are one heartbeat away ~ unique memorable art, illustrations and collages allow your gift/purchase to become a treasure. Artwork can be transferred from product to product; utilizing the Zazzle customization tools, you may need to adjust the sizing according to each item’s requirements. Should you have any problems, feel free to message Poetic Pastries through Zazzle Illustrated […]

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Flower Gardens of Spring Illustration

  Spring Flower Garden Theme Paper Plate by PoeticPastries Spring Flower Garden Theme Napkin by PoeticPastries Flowers of Psalms a Spring Theme T-Shirt by PoeticPastries Flower Garden of Spring Theme T-Shirt by PoeticPastries Style: Women’s Basic T-Shirt This basic t-shirt features a relaxed fit for the female shape. Made from 100% cotton, this t-shirt is both durable and soft – a great combination if you’re looking for that casual wardrobe staple. Select a design from our marketplace or customize it […]

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~ Greek Poetry – White Iris by Muse ~

~White Iris~ The Iris danced across The ancient Grecian skies Gliding with her embossed Satiny milken sides ~ Her lithe and nimble limbs Moved methodically From her cream white petals To her supple stem. The nectar that she carried Was transposed into a hymn ~ “I must use my moments wisely, For they shall soon pass away And be lost to me forever… A mere memory of my yesterdays.” ~ Thus she sang And thus she cried. Her voice set […]

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