where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 28, 2016 § 21 Comments
in the woods
the corner waited
to be turned
Tagged: change, geometric forms, granite, leaves, lichen, making change, moss, out doors, place, space, turn a corner, waiting, woods
Yes agree and love nature , the trees the birds and everything else that nature brings. Firstly if people can see that nature belongs to the earth and man.
Mentioned to write not to man.
I just love these words😆
I love moss and lichen
I had a weird step thing on my property before I moved. It was in my front yard and I could never figure out what it was?? I used it to put interesting rocks and such…….
I love all the nature going on in this picture!
This one made me smile. So symbolic of life.
Nice! I love this corner.
Beautiful, love the whimsy added by the verse. Smiles and peace.
Your posts bring a tiny moment of peace and pleasure to each of my days. I look forward to your few, perceptive words which are perfect for each picture. Your attention to detail is reassuring. Thank you!
I feel a sense of permanence and durability in old stones, as if they hold the stories of our ancestors and, that if we listened closely, we could hear them whisper to us.
If the stone talks…do we learn the truth about gnomes…about dwarves…the richness of that history…bound up in the stone? Thank you and ‘leaf and twig’ for the inspiration!
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Mother Nature always leaves us clues and she does it better than anyone else. 🙂
Another new thought: corners sit there and wait. But from the looks of that old rock, they are content in their waiting.
I get it, the discovery is always there–waiting for me to make the first move–right? Turning the corner is the discovery.
Right. (Or left. Either way . . . )
very good. I believe the only one that said nothing positive to me is the Buddha one. As a Christian it simply did not set well. but the vast number of them really do touch me. And this one did exactly that . Cine see me at Jlehman1945
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