where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 17, 2016 § 46 Comments
the water swam
as shadows danced
the past nourishing the present
Tagged: abstract, dance, grass, interconnectedness, leaves, nourishment, ponds, reflections, still life, swim, the past, the present, water
Beautiful words, I love this.
Love all the coppery tones in the image
And once again we rejoice in Spring. So beautiful !
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Nice one. Love the image
Recycling and reconnecting and great picture!
love the image
Such as lovely picture and the subject matter is so simple and common that most people would over look it. Gorgeous tones of brown and orange along with a mixture of reflections.
Amazing, currently writing on life but this wants me to change to nature, but then again they may be the same
I made a wonderful discovery today: your beautiful pictures and poems. Thank you!
It’s like a beautiful painting.
every aspect is beautiful and enticing… it would mean a lot if you could stop by my blog and read my poetry!
So peaceful and so many possible meanings
How did u make a profile pic… I’m new to this and have been trying to make a profile pic
Just discovered your poems – these are so beautiful. We write about man-made stuff and the madness of the contemporary world all the time – how refreshing your poems are
Very beautiful !
Beautiful composition, textures and reflection!
I can almost smell the leaves and water. Perfect catch, again
Didn’t like this, but now I take a closer look, it’s good.
A beautiful photo and words!
Wow – what a photo!
Very tasty image.
Such fitting words for a beautiful image.
Its a really interesting image
Well done, my friend…Again!
Eloquent and elegant!
Interesting thoughts and beautiful photographs.
There is an image everywhere.
Nice image and words. 👍
Always inspiring to read your poetry and see the pictures you have paired…
Thank you for the, like, on my Morning Dove at Elm Drive Images.
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