where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 6, 2015 § 15 Comments
the leaf stem
records woodland days
Tagged: bark, birch bark, divine, holy writ, leaf, leaf stem, macro, markings, passage of time, scripture, woodland
A tracery of branches – a miniature woodland!
You keep me reading that writ daily. So grateful!
So evocative … Lovely!!
Yes! If we would be attentive, we would hear the holy voice of Scripture in so many places.
Wonderful creativity here!
I agree with Tiny above – indeed creative! —CC
Very interesting reading.
The tones, the simplicity, are lovely.
Very nice and interesting.
Worlds within worlds…thank you for taking us there.
This is so great! ❤
I’m reading this book too
It really does look like mysterious writings coming from inside the tree…
Your creative thought process amazes me. Always.
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