where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 23, 2014 § 37 Comments
winter wonder candy land
whipped cream snow and sugar plums
Tagged: candy land, deserts, holiday deserts, landscape, snow, sugar plums, sweet dreams, trees, winter wonderland
It is that, to be sure, and for others, like a good friend of mine, it’s blood on the snow.
The most suicdes happen at this time of year…
I pray for the suffering, may they find refuge.
Lovely poem, Catherine.
Genevieve I am so, so sorry to hear about the tragic loss of your friend. I know through my own experience that there is nothing more that you could have done. Bless yourself with the love and compassion that you feel for your friend. I too pray for all who suffer – and that is all of us, each in our own way.
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perfectly lovely combination – Happy Christmas to you
Happy Christmas and a wonderful New Year Laura. Very Best, Catherine
Really sweet landscape.
Truly eye candy!
Fabulous picture – but I’m glad I’m inside out of the snow.
Very sweet. Thank you for this daily reminder in words and pictures of Nature’s surprising beauty.
beautiful picture and poem.
Perfect…both thoughts and photo. Enjoy the beauty of a new year!
Thank you Mary. And the very best to you and yours!
Now and again one of your pictures just grabs me. Makes me smile. And I said Thank You, out loud, when I saw this one – it’s so simple, and so lovely.
Reblogged this on S.O.U.L. S-P-A-C-E.
Beautiful winter shot. Love the color.
Whipped cream indeed…love it. With a cherry on top!
How beautiful as always, thank you. Wishing you a joyful Christmas and wonderful new year.
What a phenomenal photo. I love the contrast of white and red and the way you have captured the light. Thanks for inspiring and merry Christmas!
Oh, lovely photo – funny you mention sugarplums – I just posted on them! 😉 GMTA!
Thanks for a great year of beautiful! Happy Holidays!
So beautiful 🙂
I love this photo!
“whipped cream snow and sugar plums” – this made me smile 🙂
ooooh I love this photo 🙂 enticing to touch especially with that poem 😀
Even in snow, the hint of life. Excellent.
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