where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 27, 2015 § 25 Comments
in the misty woods
eternity is always now
Tagged: abstract, acceptance, being present, clarity, eternity, misty, now, outdoors, peace in nature, seeking, spiritual journey, woods
Excellent choice of focus
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This is my favorite of all your poems. It fits in perfectly with what is true, real, and profound. Superb! 🙂
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Beautiful poem, beautiful picture. My day has begun 🙂
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excellent in word and image.
Exquisite photograph! Title, words, imagery a seemingly effortless whole. Each an opening into the other.
In fact, even if
“Another time has other lives to live”,
as Auden said,
“For us like any other fugitive,
Like the numberless flowers that cannot number
And all the beasts that need not remember,
It is today in which we live”
It is today in which we live.
(W.H. Auden: Another Time)
Nice picture, nice words.
Love this one! The woods are always my best spot for clarity. Lovely photo.
I like the focus also. Clarity up close, fade to uncertainty. Very nice.
This is so wonderful – it really whispers to me. 🙂
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We never know what we will see through the fog….
Wonderful framing and colour palette.
Very nice and beautiful!
Beautiful photo and the choice of words is Truth… But, I can’t help wondering what it would look like with the focus on the distant…
It’s so true. I love it
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