where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 6, 2015 § 19 Comments
in the oak leaf’s golden goblet
diamond dust and light
an offering to the gods of winter
Tagged: diamond dust, gods, leaves, oak, oblation, offerings, religious offerings, spirituality, the spiritual life of trees, trees, woods
Ohhh! This is awesome!
Oh, I love “diamond dust and light”…
Good old oak leaf. Thanks.
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Stunning shot and words of communion with nature. I walk our little acreage and see these leaves like this all the time. Your poem will come to mind now as I see them.
Marvelous capture and poem!
So much more poetic than I, I’d probably call it a sno-cone! 😉
How often your posts make my day. Thank you for sharing what your eyes see in our world. Linda L. Crowe
Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2015 09:47:37 +0000 To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Beautiful words to go with that awesome image.
Very beautiful words and photo!
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