Prairies and fields are busy
re-seeding for the new year.
Wild seeds are flying and dropping
during these dry, windy afternoons
preserving our natural native fields.
Great attention is being paid recently
to the importance of "native plants"
original to this land before development.
(Invasive species are slowly and carefully
being extracted from wild areas.)
A wide variety of our native plants
are busy broadcasting their random
distribution of seeds . . .
some designed to fly the winds,
some with barbs to cling to passers-by,
and some to feed birds & rodents.
The system works.
The process is definitely
set in motion.