where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 16, 2014 § 12 Comments
birch branch wears
the shadows of reeds
Tagged: abstract, birch, branch, pond, pond side, reeds, shadows, tree
Here’s some proof of the power of advertising. I read your title, and the first thing that came to mind was that old line: “Help! I’ve fallen and I can’t get up.” In the case of the branch, the fall’s not quite so traumatic, and the photo is lovely.
Fallen, but carried by others!
Still such green!
lovely photo. lovely words
Wearing reed shadows…lovely.
Delicate and lovely!
A very pretty and interesting picture.
Very nice and beautiful!
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