where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 30, 2014 § 16 Comments
the lean of the fence posts
divines the lay of the land
Tagged: divination, fence, landscape, lay of the land, outdoors, reading the landscape, snow, tall grass, winter scene
Something charming in rustic.
This is a beauty with perfect tones
I love how ideas of divination sprang into your mind. I think that is the great thing about sharing art. I would have never thought that but yet, with you sharing that I’m wrapped up in feelings of being intrigued!
I love good rural photos. Great job on the fences. They have so much charm and character and do reveal the lay of the land.
Sending best wishes for a year of peace, good health and love in the New Year to come. Eddie
Beautiful country scene.
So “home” to me. But our lack of snow right now puts me a miss.
I love old weathered fences – the gray looks nice with the brownish gold of the dried goldenrod.
Looks peaceful. I love it.
Reblogged this on Voices and Visions.
I’m fond of sere landscapes, and this one’s beautiful. I did read your verse differently at first, as: “the lean of the fence post divines the fat of the land.” Gosh, words are fun!
Thank you for your kind words on my recent post at 5280 LM. Surely you know the sentiment is duly returned. Cheers.
Good old New England fence!
Love the words and pictures!
Very nice and beautiful!
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