where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 30, 2015 § 22 Comments
the bird and insect’s canon
left for man and beast
hieroglyphics on trees
Tagged: abstract, beast, birch, bird, grass, hieroglyphics, insects, literary canon, literature, man, man and best, writing, written
we have posted almost literally along the same lines today – I wish I had your poetic brevity
Survival tale or pulp fiction?
All most looks like a snake skin, doesn’t it?
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Like a snake!
hello seedbud its dennis the vizsla dog hay wow it luks like a skeletun or a delishus choo toy!!! ok bye
Careful Dennis – some say it might be a snake! Yikes. 🙂
Such a fine and loving eye for the wonders of nature.
It could have been a snake…..
Thanks again for a lovely picture and a short inspirational message thanks again. I love your work.
Word and image are beautiful interpretations and inspirations. Thank you for sharing.
You’ve got a nice shot! It looks like a brown caterpillar at first look but as i look on it, its a twig, right?
Ah! Some others saw a snake – but I see the brown caterpillar now. Thanks!
Very beautiful photo.
Brilliant–staccato message on a tree an engima…nonetheless I appreciate your vision.
The tree bark looks a little like lace.
Excellent. Seeing what others do not.
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