where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 6, 2016 § 15 Comments
how can I miss the flowers
when every leaf’s in bloom
fall bouquets abound on trees
Tagged: abstract, bloom, bouquets, branches, fall bouquet, flowers, gratitude, landscape, leaves, missing, pink leaves, trees
So abundant and full of color, beautiful.
Autumn is another ‘spring’!
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Oh it is!
Delicate, and beautiful, and nicely captured.
Beautiful and stunning, love the verse and wonderful image.
You happy medium! (i.e. you bring joy from where you find it). I can’t keep up with all the beauty you’ve been sending these days. I can only stare, and smile, and say a prayer of thanks.
Thanks Albert. It has been a most glorious fall!!
Lovely take on Albert Camus’ poem:
“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.”
I love this about poetry, Shakespeare said: “Put new clothes on old words.”
Because it also has been said: “There is nothing new under the sun.”
You didn’t. Good to be alive
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