“We didn’t just read poetry, we let it drip from our tongues like honey.”
John Keating, Dead Poets Society
Happened upon a small, tented farmer’s market and was delighted to find Robert W. Hughes selling jars of his honey. Most honey is made by bees collecting pollen from just one kind of flower: Robert’s bees gather pollen from a variety of wildflowers which gives it a darker color and more mellow flavor.
Grains of golden words
Gathered from wildflowers –
Pure, amber honey