Picking Up The Pieces Of My Bleeding Heart

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The day has already been wet by the many raindrops that dampened the earth, so I will not allow my spirits to be also dampened.

My Bleeding Heart has been trampled to the ground. How is this possible? How did this happen? Perhaps my heart has been way too close to the bird feeder.

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So after enjoying the beauty of my bleed heartย bleeding-hearts/ย a few days ago, today I’m literally picking up the pieces of my broken bleeding hearts.

I believe the squirrel might be the guilty party. In trying to get to the bird feeder, perhaps he fell onto my bleeding hearts and trampled them.

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In the above photo I’m holding my bleeding heart in my hand while I take the photo with the other hand.

Am I happy about the state of my bleeding heart? Absolutely not.

โ€œBe angry, and do not sinโ€: do not let the sun go down on your wrath, Ephesians 4:26


20 Replies to “Picking Up The Pieces Of My Bleeding Heart”

    1. They are…..These are the white ones and they also have pinkish red ones.๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒผ๐ŸŒบ

      1. No… I did have them at one time, but they died.

        I suppose the can be a bit fragile. With all the rain we gave been having I should have secured them to the deck.

    1. Thank you Tammy. I have one stem standing…. The rest trampled.๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข

      1. So true—-God is great all the time. ๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒนโคโค

  1. I can feel their attraction.

    We learn something new every day.

    I just showed them to my wife and she was in awe.

    Thanks for sharing your bleeding hearts.

    1. Thank you so much for reading.
      My friend has three. She had the white one and also the red with white touches and one thatโ€™s all red. She also tells me there is one thatโ€™s yellow, which I would love to see.

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