where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 11, 2015 § 34 Comments
saturated in joy
Tagged: being present, exhalation, fall colors, fall leaves, foliage, glory, joy, landscape, leaves, living in the moment, new england, saturation
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Your poem is beautiful. I am learning to enjoy each season. Haven’t seen many pretty trees this year. Glad to see the painting in my mailbox.
Great pic but even greater poem! Thank you for pepping up my day
You are a wordsmith…most surreal pictures and apt words
Without the dark, pock-marked barrels shooting up or the occasional spiderey intrusions, the joy would be lost in itself. There would be no rising, no where for the eye to focus. Nature knows. Wonderful image!
3 lines ain’t enough . We want more
Oak trees are the reminders of strength amidst pain.Nature is the best healer
The fall colors are beautiful.
The impressionists would smile, recognizing their influence on your vision, and recognizing nature’s influence on their own.
Your wall of color is gorgeous! Hugz Lisa and Bear
It was truly my pleasure to be immersed in your autumn leaves.
wow! Thanks for posting.
Ah this is what I will miss! The beautiful leaves!!
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Beautiful image and such a joyful pairing. Thank you for sharing this and brightening the day.
Autumn awakens, fills one’s soul with natural wonder. Excellent pic, and lovely verse.
How I miss the change of seasons in full colour. In the sub-tropics the change is more subtle
Yesterday you shared lichens on rock; Today lichens plus the glory of Autumn colours of living trees. Truly beautiful. Thank you
Stunning! I so miss fall in the east (but not the snow!!)
Glorious color! 🍂🍁🍃
What a glorious image to awaken to. Thank you
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…and the cool, fresh air drawn deeply into the lungs.
The colors of autumn are wonderful. 🙂
Very beautiful photo.
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