Friday, July 1, 2011

Who Lives Here?

I tried to find
the little door way,
or the quaint shuttered window
sporting flowers from May,

And the tiny frog, who inside must dwell,
Oh where did this come from, I simply can't tell.

I looked up and down,
I looked round and round,
but not even one single frog could be found.

No little mouse sporting a jacket so fine,
not even a dwarf, grumpy all the time.

Perhaps it isn't a fairy tale home,
Not a wild spore, carried off by a gnome

Maybe it's just one of those things,
That we don't plant, but nature brings.

(My goodness this is a large mushroom. I saw it from across the yard. It must be almost six inches tall. I had to take a photo and write a corny poem!)

mushroom house credit

re-linked 9/21/11


Manny said...

I guess you've had a lot of rain lately. I've seen some really large mushrooms in the woods during a rainy spring or summer. There are people who can tell which are edible and which are poisonous.

Unknown said...

I totally make up stories for the mushrooms that sprout in my yard sometimes, love this:-)

Kathy Felsted Usher said...

Really? Sounds fun!

Karen S. said...

Sounds good! Your photos are just darling too! Such whimsy in each one! Thank you!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

What fun! I love the whimsy in this post!

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

I love it! We actually have a mushroom house nearby in Midway, UT. It's pretty cool. I'll have to go take a pic and post it!

Judie said...

What a whimsical post! The mushroom house is just so dear!! Great photos!!

ellen b said...

Love the poem and the mushroom house and the gnome with the mushroom in the wheelbarrow! Fun...

Jenny said...

What wonderful, whimsical words and pictures!

I love this!

I am grinning so big from reading this!

Thank you for sharing it!

I like your style, girl!


Kathy Felsted Usher said...

Thank you!

Eliza Wynn said...

Cute! I don't think I've ever seen a mushroom that big.