where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 10, 2015 § 33 Comments
in the fine lines
and twinkling of crinkles
Tagged: beauty is in the eye of the beholder, crinkles, fine lines, flower, garden, macro, nasturtium, petals, shadow, twinkle, wrinkles
‘twinkling of crinkles’ perfect
Sounds like a description of my face ! (lol) I LOVE Nasturtiums because they are so bright and cheerful
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That’s why I love nasturtiums too.
Yes it does! I love this triplet.
Here’s a reply:
in the angry scowls
and furious furrowing of brows
LOVE it! Thanks for sharing it!
Beautiful imagery, words and image!
Stunning photo! Wonderful words in description for the photo — and metaphorical for aging. Love to think of myself as twinkling with crinkles rather than whining with wrinkles! 🙂
in the ability
to express it
just like you did
thank you Walter
Excellent shot – great color!
Excellent shot with great color.
Wonderful observations above, and a great photo to inspire them. Twinkles and crinkles beat dour and sour every time!
Indeed – it is.
Lovely picture. Twinkles and crinkles might describe my face 😉
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Thanks River and congratulations on your nomination!
Thank you!!!! 😀 You’re very welcome 🙂
Words, photo, colours… Beautiful !
I love Nasturtiums also. I even paint them.
Lovely combination of image and poetry.
Oh I love nasturtium and this is a great photo of one! Love the description too. 🙂
Very beautiful flower.
What a cute flower! This poem makes your eyes sparkle!
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