where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 17, 2015 § 27 Comments
the shifting edge of shale
Tagged: changing landscape, daring, fall colors, fall trees, landscape, precipice, rock formations, shale, slippery slope, slope, tenacity, transience
You are amazing! ALways a joy to read your words, so brilliantly chosen.
Thank you Laura
amazing the picture
Another fine image.
oh my, this is gorgeous
Wonderful as always!
Always a pleasure to see your photos, read your words. Today’s posting is particularly so.
Amazing! Incredible contrasts in nature.
A vision, a sermon, a symphony. . . no, a revelation. I keep looking, and looking.
How do they manage to grow??
oh! love this.
Laura, This one is especially poignant, just now. Thank you for creating it, and or sending it out into the world.
This is an interesting poem because it makes me have to think deeper than the apparent.
Who is beauty daring? Is the question that came to my mind, and then I thought about it and realized that I perceive your poem as saying that beauty dares to live in all circumstances, tentative and transient though they may be, beauty has tenacity. Beauty dares to live.
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woo!!! stunning and like a painting
Left me on that cliff a bit…great textures.
love the contrast between the vibrant fall colors and the bluish tints of the rock “waterfall.”
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Very beautiful photo. 🙂
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