where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 30, 2014 § 20 Comments
envoy of the gods
seat of souls
Tagged: animal guide, birch, bird, hawk, landscape, mist, soul, Spirit, totem, trees
Reblogged this on hocuspocus13 and commented:
Wonderful image and haiku. I wonder who has tread this land in distant times?
Certainly the Abenaki…and who else I wonder….
Nice. I like this shot. Thanks.
… and how those hawks love open fields!
Beautiful. I sit in ‘Coyote Meadow’ looking out on a similar scene. I sometimes muse about how many long past have gazed upon the same spot of nature.
lovely – nice framing
Love the misty gray and the sea of golden grasses.
Like how you have framed the view.
Reblogged this on Jessica A Bruno (waybeyondfedup).
The mystical aspects of this multi layered poem are embroidered carefully into the tapestry of the piece in its entirety.
Very beautiful and nice!
An invisable road road right down the middle
Love the mist and half seen lake……a hushed mystery
This is exceptional. Well-framed, carefully thought out … moody as hell, too!
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