where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 2, 2014 § 15 Comments
the roof is meadow of moss
a common law marriage
of structure and elements
Tagged: common law marriage, fall color, landscape, leaves, marriage, meadow, moss, roof, trees
Lovely photo! The leaves, the horizontal green grass and the vertical yellow trees. Keep up the nice photography!
Wonderful view of an autumn experience.
Reblogged this on bainmusic.
Your sense of humor is fabulous. “Common law marriage of sructure and elements” — a perspective that’s creative and probably one of a kind.
The best kind of marriage 😉
Very beautiful Bro. Noel, I love the beauty of nature!
There you go again, poems rising from pictures made for each other.
Love the poem and the photo.
Look at that moss! Love the orange/yellow contrast!
Is that really a roof? Cool.
Very nice and beautiful!
Beautiful marriage! But how long will it last?
Good question. Beautiful – but bad for the roof’s longevity.
Thanks for all your comments Tiny.
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