Thursday, April 28, 2011

light a candle

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raise your hands up, clasp them and start ringing them
cause kids, the ranunculus is done finished
caput!
finito!
sorry suckas! you wanna see more ranunculus?
ain't gonna happen. we can't always get what we want
i'd like to see more elizabeth taylor, but that there is life
all cycling and shit
and I'm fine with it
see you suckas! we'll be moving on up to peonies, clematis, garden roses, dahlias
not looking back
grazing greener pastures


you're chance to win the last in the studio
comment


30 comments:

flwrjane said...

I'm in. I'm in Virginia, but I've got some friends in your neck of the woods.

Jessica said...

Oh please please please. My friends in Manhattan NEED some flowers!

Susanna said...

many blessings to you and your wildflower heart!

Sowmya said...

Just moved to Brooklyn and would love some bright flowers!

Amy said...

I'll miss the ranunculus, but I can't wait to see what you do with a boatload of peonies!

Raq said...

Commenting.

Lisa said...

Boo. But, I'm super excited for dahlias and peonies.

Julia said...

I'm glad that the silver lining on the end of ranunculus season is peonies.

El said...

So sad! But I have seen lilacs and the first peonies popping up at all the deli flower stands. I kind of wish they sold wisteria too!

Phyllis said...

Would love to see some last ranunculus!

Thea said...

Quite the poet! Your blog is very addictive. I love it.

Caroline said...

Crossing my fingers.

Jessica :: Delicatessen said...

Being on the west coast I have no chance to win the last of Mohican of this season BUT I had to say this post made me laugh. It was little Chappelle Show-ish. Truth.

forage craft collective said...

my lucky week-i can feel it!kohlrabi4@yahoo.com

Ali said...

All I wanted for my September wedding was a bouquet of ranunculus. Well that, and a great band, and a rather boozy bar. And my loving hubby-to-be. But, alas, I'll be carrying roses and other flowers that are around in September. So maybe you'll take pity on me and send these beauties my way?!

sforbes said...

I'm a recent follower of your blog and am loving it! It would be splendid if I could send some friends the last ranunculus. Looking forward to seeing what the season brings next!

Celina said...

can't wait to see the may arrangements! love your blog!

K said...

Yes please!

sofia.romps said...

am I too late?

ashley said...

We have company tomorrow - how perfect.
davidandash [at] gmail [dot] com

mary timmons said...

i would love to win. but um... the verification word below is "phalt". and that alone is making my day. why? not sure. it just is.

katie said...

i was just in san diego and got amazing ranuncs for mega cheapo. but im greedy and want more!!

Natalie said...

Harlem?? Would love flowers to make the long grey week better

SW said...

Yes.

Maddercarmine said...

April is the cruellest month....
T. S. Eliot

Flim said...

eep,i'm up too late. i'll need a friday morning pickup.

Grace said...

I want more ranunculus before they are gone. More!

fleur_delicious said...

ranunculus are my favorite! Entering in hopes that my brother wins - and likes them, too! Because there are always ranunculus in my garden for me - but he's in NY, not Seattle, and he doesn't have a garden. Sad.

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Sophie said...

Just came back from a trip to find the ranunculus in my window DEAD. I need some to mourn its passing!