where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
April 15, 2015 § 21 Comments
shade shelters the cold
allowing winter to persist
between pickets and pines
Tagged: back yard, fence, garden, landscape, north side of the house, outdoors, picket fence, pines, spring snow, yard
I like the crack in the fence! 🙂
Excerpt from E.E.Cummings:
but winter’s not forever, even snow
melts; and if spring should spoil the game, what then?
I think you live in my neighborhood
I love this! It is beautiful!
Very nice shot. Quite interesting.
I followed the same thought today on my blog… Have a lovely day!
Soon the white will turn green.
I love your poems!!!
I loved the White and green colors in this photo.
Wonderful forms…foreground fencing repeated again smaller in background…lovely repetition and composition. Thank you once again!
Aww, so very beautiful!!!
I am glad to say that even my north side is finally melted…with a little help of me chopping away….
Lovely poem – but these days I’m trying not to look at the north side – lol!
Very nice and beautiful!
Lovely thought… the fragility of that fence is so visible and yet it is protecting the even more fragile cold… Beautiful 🙂
hey I’m your new follower..just loving your observation you penning magic..capturing the unseen beauty and scars of nature! 🙂
Welcome! and thank you so much!
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