where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 16, 2015 § 45 Comments
a flash of colors
I am flushed with hope
even when only gray remains
Tagged: brief encounter, clouds, colors, gray sky, hope, light, outdoors, rainbow, sky, skycap, why remains
I really like that it’s uplifting 🙂
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… Because flash colors don’t stay in sky but in our head 😉 … And grey desapear…
Your words and image are beautifully on point.
Thanks Derrick – seems the earlier I rise the more the sky offers.
Beautiful, both words and photo. It’s good to feel flushed with hope; I will remember this 😊
Nice haiku and beautiful picture!
Thank you Dharmesh
Great poem and perfect vignette
Wow! Both are a treat, words & visual, and brilliantly complement each other.
Thanks so much!
The Rainbow seems to be shooting through the sky.
So positive 🙂
The upside of brief : we are living in the moment. There everything is an encounter.
The bright, sunlit cloud in the upper left is an especially nice touch — a reminder that it doesn’t have to be a forced choice between the rainbow and gray. Even the clouds can be bright and beautiful.
I need your attitude! Hopeful even when things look dim. Lovely image!
Ah such a blessing.
Beautiful! They are always something special, aren’t they?
Beautiful words and photo.
I love rainbows. Such miracles.
nice! makes me feel hope-full 🙂
i am washed away with your thoughts…….cool!!
Beautiful, vibrant colors! Encouraging prose!
Very beautiful rainbow!
Rainbows are brief … Look away and they are gone … Nice poem. Jane
Beautiful. And the rainbow, of course, is God’s promise that He will never use a flood to destroy the earth again. A covenant promise. Of course, there are certainly other ways to destroy the earth. Thank you again for brightening my day jlehman1945
:-)…quite the observer, eh?
And don’t forget to seek that tempting little crock of Irish gold…
Lovely, you have captured the moment.
Gorgeous rainbow pic! Love the poetry that accompanies it!
Great sky drama. Thanks for your “like” on my blog too.
your most welcome
Allow yourself to remain flushed…
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