where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 11, 2015 § 33 Comments
a melt, the freeze, then awe
an ocean to cross
to reach the shores of spring
Tagged: abstract, frozen, ice, junket, ocean, ocean crossing, shore, voyage, water, winter, winter landscape
Indeed, It’s a Long Journey.
Miles to go before we sleep..indeed !
Beautiful haiku to match a glistening pic
Just started following your blog and I am very impressed. Beautiful work.
I love your image which matches the poem so well.
Really cool shot and prose.
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Definitely feels like an ocean – a big one!
Reblogged this on hellterskelter.
Your poetry is so simple but expressive. And the pictures bring it alive. Thank you.
Most especially appropriate today, as 5 warm spring days gave way to snow and ice and slush and a feeling that the past 5 days were only a dream.
Very nice and beautiful!
Spring does seem on the other side of the ocean 🙂
Spring is creeping in here in the Cotswolds with snowdrops and hellebores around. Hope your Spring comes soon x
I love those first tender days when the ephemerals appear and spring is just creeping in. Hellebores are on my “add to the garden’ list. Best to you, Catherine
And none too soon!!
Cool shot! (sorry for the pun – ha!)
Please, tell me if I annoy and disturb you with my stuff
(yes, I linked also this pic and altered your words, better than mine ones …)
Judy, I am so pleased that you find parts of my work inspiring – and that you share what you have created. And I appreciate your respectfulness of my copyright. Looking forward to what you create next.
The commento of “busy lady”, above, wrote really waht I too think about your works and particularly this one.
Many of your photos bring me alive
Just discovered your blog and I absolutely love every image, especially the poetic links.
Thanks so much Emily
The days are short,
The sun a spark
Hung thin between
The dark and dark.
I didn’t know this – and I love it. Thank you for sharing it.
It’s so simple and poignant. Much like your poems.
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