Every day, a photograph, a poem. Again, our hearts hear the songs of the Ukraine fighting for their country against the invaders.
This photo is our sunflower, here in the Northwest: the arrowleaf balsamroot of the sunflowers in the aster family of flowers. It blooms in the spring and all parts of it are edible, a food of the local tribes.
When its flowers gaze up to receive the sun, those rays are from the same sun that shines on the sunflowers of the Ukraine.
Please spread hope for the people of Ukraine. Here’s an article in the Seattle Times of how you can help. Update: And an article How to Talk to Kids about Ukraine.
Singing to the sunSheri Edwards
Sunflowers seek the blue sky
Shining on Ukraine
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Geeky Gramma ~~
Retired Middle School Language Arts/Media Teacher ~~
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Art from the Heart