where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 17, 2015 § 19 Comments
of four leaf clover
with lichen and ice
Tagged: accommodations, branch, celebration, four leaf clover, ice, lichen, macro, maewyn succat, making do, Saint Patrick's day, spring, trees
Very apt – once I’d looked up the title 🙂
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nice – spring on its way
ahh St Patricks
Seems rather ethereal in a way.
Ah yes! Great shot of nature continuing. Funny how we all marvel.
In Eire, the story was told
of a leprechaun handsome and bold.
He skidded on ice
and tumbled down twice
’til his foot found the lichen to hold.
Éirinn go Brách!
Wonderful! Thanks for sharing it!!!
May the morning sun shine softly upon you
May moon light your way on a dark night
May the winds of March be gentle and kind
May the rain of April rejuvenate you
May the blossoms of May bring joy
May the summer warmth energize you
May the autumn harvest be bountiful
May you never hunger
May you never thirst
Lichen lasts longer then a clover.Beautiful photo, profound words.
It will do nicely! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Irish in America 🙂
excellent … this is wonderful …
Someone’s spilt the sugar on the jigsaw!
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