Friday, May 20, 2022

Cherries on Nature Friday


The cherry bush has a bumper crop this year,
Mama is so tired of saying Beau , NO, Come Here!

Each branch has 87 pieces of red fruit,
Mama is still says lets give this bush the boot.
 


It is hard for her to pick up them up from the ground
She also picks them off the limbs by reaching round and round
 the plus of it all is when she throws the cherries out in the front yard, birds abound.
She stands in the window and says LOOK there are birds in they yard, always 4 or more,
who knew that Cherries would give us birds galore?
They play so nice together, she saw a male and a female jay, a robin, and a tall skinny guy,
she said to tell you she could not Identify.
Below is what she gathered in 10 minutes one day.
Now is is safe for me to play.
Cherries for Rosy on Nature Friday
and that makes the end of the story all nice and tidy.


18 comments:

Tigger said...

Beau - just don't eat the cherries. Your humans need the bushes that have survived in their yard and the birds need the cherries. Stick to scavenged avocado pieces and your dinosaur bone. Paw smacks Mr T

easyweimaraner said...

wow that are interesting cherries... but better leave them to da berds (literally lol)

WFT Nobby said...

Ripe cherries already? Wow!

Ann said...

That bush is really loaded. I bet the birds appreciated their gourmet meal.

eileeninmd said...

Hello

That is a lot of cherries, I hope they do not make you sick Beau. Don't eat the cherries, is kind of like don't eat the daises. Your a good dog Beau! HUGS, have a happy day!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Crikey - mama's missing a trick. She could be cooking and jarring those fruits and selling them to neighbours! Then again - why not let the birds enjoy them, eh? Just as long as you remain a good boy, Beau, and always listen when mama says NO! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

Rose said...

Your mama is going to have to publish a Book of Beau Poetry.

Zoolatry said...

It is said, when life gives you lemons, make lemonade ...
Cherry pie? Cherry tarts? Jam, preserves, jelly?

Brian said...

That is quite the bumper crop of cherries Beau!

My Mind's Eye said...

Those are interesting shaped cherries...
Hugs Cecilia

Millie and Walter said...

We have cherry trees on our property too, but they are outside our fenced area. Your cherries are a different shape than ours. We also just let all the birds and other animals enjoy all the fruit that grows in our yard.

Sandee said...

Mom is good with her poetry. Love it and love seeing you.

Have a woof woof day and weekend, Beau. My best to your mom. ♥

The Adventures of the LLB Gang said...

We used to have cherries on our first property in California too...luckily, the birds got to them before they even fell off the tree!

Thanks for the great Nature Friday poem, Beau!!
xoxo,
Rosy, Sunny & Jakey

Ginny Hartzler said...

I have never seen cherries like this, they look like little Heirloom tomatoes. Get a long grabber! Even better, a tennis ball picker upper, it will pick up several at once. I would send you ours, but Phil gave it away. You could throw your back out!

Tama-Chan, Benny, Vidock, Violette, Ollie, Hotesse & Heloise said...

It looks like we shall also have a bumper crop of cherries this year, but ours are late to ripen, so we have a ways to go yet.

Enjoy yours!

Woofs,
Ollie

Mevely317 said...

That's pretty cool, how even a bumper crop is treasure to the birds! I've loving that last photograph; like something out of Bon Apetit magazine.

Ojo said...

Hi friend, Ojo here! I like cherries! I like your person's poem, too!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

What kind of cherries are those? They have an odd shape. I also throw strawberries, which have been eaten by rollie pollies, down our cliff for the birds.