where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 14, 2015 § 23 Comments
water is the earth’s skin
wrinkled by the cold
marks and ridges telling time
the oldest story ever told
Tagged: abstract, earth, frozen, glazed, ice, macro, mud, oldest story ever told, story, telling time, time, wrinkles, writing
Nice verse with fascinating subject
I like the way you put that…
As one who has a few wrinkles of my own, I really appreciate your lovely take on the subject.
Well penned, Catherine.
It’s creative and I love poems that create a picture and are not linear or a lecture.
Your quote is really lovely! 🙂
nicely written 🙂
Wonderful poem and photo!
This would make a lovely painting…..
If the Earth wrinkles due to water result in a percolation phenomenon will be interesting. In fact this show (in my opinion) how old is the Earth.
Such interesting marks made in the stone.
A truly amazing photo
Love this shot and your words.
That’s nature! Very creative combination of photo and verse.
Reblogged this on simplycomplex and commented:
Resonated deeply within my being. Awesome poem, awesome author.
Thank you so much for sharing me with your readers!
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Psh thank you for sharing your creativity with the rest of us.
Nice words and image. Love texture.
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