Empty Space

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I have a Secret
a Secret True
one I have
just for you.
If you choose
not to use
your Special Gifts
the Universe flies
from off a cliff
just to supply
your Empty Space
with many a woe
instead of a glow
those glowy things
that you do know
you could have made
for you yourself.

MF Macro Photography/ “Empty Space” 2015©AmyRose

[Make sure the Mrs. sees the underlined word, Dan. …*wink*]

(This is an extremely SMALL flower on a weed that insists on growing in my garden.  My hands shook something terrible as I did everything I could to maximize the “no shake zone”.  Take my word for it, I actually had sweat dripping down my face from the effort and exertion it took to capture this!)

60 thoughts on “Empty Space

    1. Thank you, Irene! As for these words they came to me both from viewing this image and from observing someone I know who attracts all these undesirable things due to the “vacuum” that has been created. In other words, this person has no plans, does nothing with the Talents that have been given, just existing. It’s terrible to observe and no amount of words from me will this person even hear. My Life lately has been truly Centered in Flow, and OH, Irene, it feels wonderful!!! It is because every day I have Purpose and I Dream and now that my babies are doing well, my Heart just sings with JOY. I wish you all the very best! I am also writing an email to you hopefully today regarding what I am learning about cats and how best to give them supplements. For now IF you are seeing your cats react in a negative way to the Gold, stop giving it to them. More later …. Love, Amy ❤

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      1. I’m happy to hear, that both you and the babies are doing so very well Amy 😀
        If someone has talents and don’t use them, the only thing we can do is show them the way, life also can be used to with joy and love.
        ❤ Irene

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    1. (smiling) You are welcome, Dan. I am now determined to continue to expound upon and expand the English language. Floruscious … an intoxicating smelling flower. LOL Now I have you to thank for this brain of mine that is lately creating new words. Hehehehehe Love, Amy ❤

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      1. The Mrs also likes the fact that other people can see the beauty in “weeds.” She loves the little flowers that pop up in our yard. We have numerous pictures of them from throughout the years, including our favorites – dandelions.

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      2. Dan, this “weed” has a mind of its own. I’ve battled with it. I pull it up, it grows back. In the exact spot, mind you. I’ve given up and have surrendered to it, and now enjoy the beauty of it. LOL Sometimes you have to know when to quit. ❤


      3. Hehehehehe …. Been thinking about those dandies. Your wife is a bigger person then I am. Dandies is where I draw the line in my gardens. Nope. The lawn is the open breeding ground for these babies so they are happy. In fact, I have pulled very little dandies from my garden because I think they are just so thrilled we do not use chemicals on our lawn. How is that for a thought? LOL ❤

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      4. And that is how it should be. We have little paws here as well …. the barn cats next door are on our property all the time. Then there are many birds, squirrels, chipmunks, groundhogs … deer … rabbits … very busy lawn. 🙂


    1. Thank you, Scott! It took me quite a long time to get the perfect hue of green. The original was a blah green and I wanted a vibrant green, one that really made the purple stand out. And it happened. What do you know? LOL ❤


  1. I love the color and still visualize a very small flower that one is likely to overlook but so extremely beautiful when captured up close which I know was no small effort. It shows up really nicely on the dark green background too. How did you get the solid green?

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    1. Marissa, that solid green background is a PORTION of ONE tiny green leaf from the plant. That is how TINY this flower is. I’m trying to tell you what to compare the size to. Um ….. Look at a click ball point pen. The TIP is about the size of this flower if not smaller. I told you it was small. Now you know why I seriously sweated getting this capture. ❤


    1. Thank you, Randall!!! I agree! It really was worth the effort. I have another shot from this “weed” that is just as amazing. I’m thinking of when I will post that. LOL I’m like a kid when it comes to photography. Love, Amy ❤


  2. Some of the most beautiful flowers I’ve ever photographed started their life as “weeds”. When captured by the camera, they automatically lose the look of a week, and become what God intended — one of His magical creations, a lovely flower hiding from all but the one who is meant to find it on just that day, for just that opportunity. You were meant to turn this one into beauty today Amy. Well done. Love and Hugs. A.

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      1. They are, Susan, they are!!! Thank GOD! I mean that with all I AM!!! I am SO relieved! *tears* And now I stumble off to bed, more tired then I knew. Love you, dear friend!!! ❤


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