where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 6, 2016 § 30 Comments
birch and brushs’
wade through winter
halted by the frozen flood
Tagged: birch, brush, flood, frozen, halt, ice, landscape, touch of green, trees, wade, winter
A beautiful picture exquisitely described
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Great imagery, well done 🙂
I like it.
I have never left a comment before, but please know that I often read your poetic lines and that I very often enjoy them.
Paula, Thank you so much for taking the time to let me know! _/\_
Very good, my friend. “Keep em comin.”
The frozen view is very beautiful.
Love the idea of the birch and brushes being “halted” by the frozen flood. Very descriptive…😊
Love this – so well worded. You’ve caught them in mid-stride!
I imagine ice skating through there……
Wonderful picture..! Great shot..!
Great observation and a beautiful image!
I’d like to think the birch are happily skating around the pond! 😉
a lovely thought!
That’s some serious flooding … but look at the beauty in it’s result. Nicely captured
Lovely and so ‘other-worldly’…magical pairing of image and verse.
Very beautiful photo. 🙂
The compact caption poem enlarges and reveals more than what I first saw. You almost never fail to do that, well. 👍
Supposed to be “thumbs up.”
Very beautiful🌾amazing words and images. I was wondering if you would look at my blog – I just started it.
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