where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 29, 2014 § 24 Comments
early winter thaw
snow releasing its embrace
soon the freed the oak leaf
can dance with the wind
Tagged: dance, embrace, leaf, macro, oak, outdoors, snow, veins, winter thaw
Nice. I like it. Thanks.
Refreshing, as it is the first thing I read this morning. Really nice.
Wonderful words accompanying a sparkling photograph
i adore this:)
Nice details and color.
Nice thought – trapped and then freed. Kind of like us and our temporary reprieve from snow boots. 😉
“dance with the wind” – love it!
Very positive. Love it.
What an interesting picture. I love the effect of seeing this leaf in the snow.
This is so pretty, thank you for sharing.
Very nice and beautiful!
Reblogged this on aisyahsariblog and commented:
this photo is beautiful. funny, i used to dance… the title got me. 🙂
Yeah very cool stuff.
Beautiful picture as well as the sentiment!
Lovely words and frosty image!
The simple image is arresting, with the overlapping crystals of bluish ice on the smooth orange leaf.
Powerful words and lovely picture 💕
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