A Lonesome Rose

Pin Rose

I Painted Today. Pink Petals. This is it. I know it’s a photo, but it moves me like a beautiful painting. This rose is my June Rose. It comes from a very thorny stem with only two flowers. The lonely Rose, I’ll never forget you, even as you fade. Thorny stem, I’ll wait to see your next move, next season or next year. Maybe I’ll find a better spot for you to grow.

Thorny stem

Perfect Pin Rose
Rose Complete
Roses photo by Tresa
Roses in the crystal vase Oma gave me.

Published by Meyer Clark Studio

A Creative Soul, Designer, Maker. Inspiration comes mainly from the Great Lakes region, with the skills God gave me to see the world around me as good. Passion for design has been a guide through all my professional and personal pursuits. ~ Tresa

6 thoughts on “A Lonesome Rose

  1. Love your June rose. I’m also in a similar floral situation of having ‘two’ solitary orchids that have successfully presented themselves this spring. I have taken many photos of the twins as if they are my babies.

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