Things to view, things to think about.
Sub Rosa’s post on floral aesthetica here.
Emily Dickinson’s herbarium, thanks to Harvard (it takes a few seconds to load) here.
William Bartram‘s 18th-century drawings of American flora.
Lovely words from Lesley Wheeler, and so true for me, too: “…reading and writing puts me in an honest place. Plus, while poems contain struggle of all kinds, they also constitute separate worlds it can be a great relief to enter, because good poems are not unjust or disruptive of bodily integrity.”