where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 5, 2014 § 12 Comments
waiting for the cornfield to be mowed
bovine beauties bask
in the last of Indian summer’s sun
Tagged: cornfield, cows, fall chores, Indian Summer, landscape, sunshine, trees, waiting
awesome picture…..thank you
I find a special joy in seeing your posts, being a fellow Vermonter: my familiar world seen through another’s eyes, a slightly different version of the twice-told tale. A story that is heard anew every time it is presented, with an added word, or a phrase amended. Thanks!
Thanks so much Rich.
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Great pastoral picture and words…
Beautiful. Absolutely wonderful. A truly soothing image, with words to match. Thank you!!
I love cows! There is something soothing about seeing them lying in the fields chewing their cuds on a lazy afternoon.
A lovely scene.
Very nice and beautiful!
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