where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 3, 2016 § 17 Comments
as ice gives its form to water
permission is granted to wander
Tagged: brook, elements, ice, landscape, outdoors, permission, rocks, transformation, wander, water, winter thaw, woods
…a refreshing way to look at water…nice twist!
ah the rhyming couplet. always sounds a little cheesy.
This is good! I love woodland images and the quiet solitude they can provide.
This is a beautiful shot!
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So beautiful, adore the pairing of image and verse the combination creates such a wonderful feeling.
I like the poetry on this one!
thanks for the photo and poetry.
science and poetry meet
very nice. I like it. And you are good at what you do. Thanks for sharing your talent with the rest of us. And come see me at jlehman1945 You could be glad you did. I hope so! Jlehman1945
A lovely little poem.
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