where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 28, 2015 § 21 Comments
half of the moon
Tagged: cairn, enough, garden, gifts, left behind, macro, moon, night, planetary satellites, planets, rocks, snow
That’s happiness. ☺
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I like how this can be seen in multiple ways.
It’s a good shot.
Don’t forget the little star beneath the moon…
Love it! 🙂 ❤
Very interesting..!!! : o )
Lovely, looks like a prayer stone stack.
I love cairns. This is magical.
Neat capture, Seedbud.
Oh, this is wonderful!
Good one–is that a cairn or just a random grouping?
Good one 🙂
Very very cool!
hugging snow 🙂
There is a wonderful eloquence in the simplicity and findings of nature. This is beautiful in form and verse. Thank you for sharing the glimpse.
I love this one. I can’t reblog, but I can copy your pic and poem onto my site and leave a link if that’s okay.
Ah La Luna – my soul. I love your simple prose upon natures simple beauty.
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