where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 19, 2015 § 16 Comments
sunlight shines through you
your body wears the tilt of the reeds
what you see you become
Tagged: becoming, being a part of, bird, birds fishing, communing with nature, heron, landscape, marsh, portrait, reeds, wildlife
Love the heron.
Lovely photo! The texture of the water in the top half of the photo is amazing!
Love the reflection in the water.
Wow, what a neck!
I really like how this poem captures the essence of the photo so well. and the juxtaposition to “Collection”
wonderful capture and poem.
This is a different phrasing of something Annie Dillard said: “[The writer] is careful of what he reads, for that is what he will write. He is careful of what he learns, for that is what he will know.”
A great haiku and excellent stalking for the image
Great start to my morning.
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I’m sure he’s seeing a little fish 🙂
I love spending time nature – it feels exactly as you describe here. Thank you for a little spot of serenity 🙂
Thank you for your like on the posts “Welcome new neighbours”, “Thunderbolt” , “Over the city” and for your following my art on dispenza.worspress.com. Today I very much appreciate this artwork “One”. Good work once again. Have a lovely week. Edoardo
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