where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
May 24, 2016 § 14 Comments
the rock wore
twirls of curly moss
upon it’s hard headed crown
Tagged: close up, crown, curls, curly hair, hair, hard headed, hike, leaves, macro, moss, outdoors, rock, unruly
Such a beautiful description of such a natural habitat. I really admire your eye for photographic detail.
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Love this one!Great work!
Nature’s Crown Jewels.
mmm …. interesting and nice words. I spent some time to translate them into Italian without success because I cannot translate your hard headed crown.
Indeed the second verse twirls of curly moss sounds very nice into Italian:
ghirigori di muschio riccio
Nice poem.. It looks like an animal with mange missing tufts of fur.
Awesome pic and poem! 🙂
I see two eyes and a mustache!
Charming and delightful!
The Rock portrays a character contrary to the classic “hard shell soft Interior”
Love it! Food looks delicious too.
Whoops! Ignore the food reference unless you’re a critter.
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