May is accumen? I don't understand did you mean acumen ie, http://www.florence-concierge.it/earticoli/emag.html or is this an entirely alternate concept?
Summer is acumen in. Loude sing cuckoo Groweth seed and bloweth mead And spring the woods anew Sing cuckoo Ewe nowyes my spelling is not always SPOT on, mainly because the keyboard is too small for my paws. Huhh.
ah:Loude sing cuckoo Groweth seed and bloweth mead And spring the woods anew Sing cuckoo Ewe now bleateth after lamb low After calf the cow Bullock starteth, buck now verteth Merry sing cuckoo Cuckoo, cuckoo Well sing'st thou cuckoo Now cease than never now beautiful; would sit well with the cuckoo picture?
or even better:When daisies pied and violets blueAnd lady-smocks all silver-whiteAnd cuckoo-buds of yellow hueDo paint the meadows with delight,The cuckoo then, on every tree,Mocks married men: for thus sings he, Cuckoo;Cuckoo, cuckoo: O, word of fear,Unpleasing to a married ear!- William Shakespeare, Love's Labor's Lost(Spring at V, ii)
Listen to this old song via:http://www.livinghistory.co.uk/homepages/song-and-dance-offline/sumer_is_acumen_in.htmlclick mp3 and listen to the song
It is amazing how sensitive Shakespeare was to the flora around him, he was a brilliant naturalist.
and by the way, thank you for the link
Your very welcome, thank you for your wonderful pictures and sharing your knowledge.
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