woodland sunflower

Woodland Sunflower, peaking out from forest edge . . . (Helianthus divarication)  
Native to North America.

This is the time of many sunflowers. From Fire
(August the 1st) through Autumn Equinox
(September the 21st) the intense, happy yellows
of the Sunflower Family preside with Big Bluestem
grasses over the Midwest Prairie
. What a shame
to shut kids up in stuffy schools & make believe
Summer is over.

It isn't!

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(created: VIII.13.2005)