where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 8, 2016 § 11 Comments
humble hallowed byways
that always lead home
Tagged: byways, hallow, highways, home, humble, journey, landscape, marsh, overpass, reflection, travel
Oh, I looooove it!!! 💖💖💖💖
Thanks Trini! I was unsure with the bridge…
Love that shot despite the intrusion of man …
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Sometimes man-made objects can seem intrusive, but that isn’t at all the case here. The color of the bridge complements the natural world, and the clean lines are nice combined with the curves of the stream.
Subtle and calming…both the poem and the picture. Thank you.
Thank you, Claudia
At first glance, I didn’t care for the bridge in this photo until I read the sentiment. There are many paths that lead home. Thank you for this.
I didn’t like the bridge either – but came to love how nature softened it.
So often we intrude but nature fights back
humble and hallowed … words that belong together
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