where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 3, 2014 § 18 Comments
the landscape disrobes
and through thinning color
the mountain emerges
Tagged: autumn, disrobing, divest, fall, fall color, landscape, mountain, revelation, trees
“The landscape disrobes” = beautiful!
Being able to see the local horizon is a good part of autumn. Well expressed! Jane
I also love “the landscape disrobes”…wonderful!
Calm, peaceful. Thanks
your words paint a beautiful picture, as beautiful as your photo.
Lovely! Yes, there are a lot more views to see these days!
Very beautiful and nice!
Lovely word imagery as well as visual.
3 lines – perfect!
Noticed this today, only my sadness is changed to wonder. Thank you!
Always something to look forward to … lovely
such autumnal imagery!
Soon she will be bare.
A beautiful description!
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