where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 16, 2016 § 16 Comments
a little warmth
life springs forth
Tagged: acorn, assurance, bleeding heart, garden, granite, leaf, life, macro, moss, rebirth, rocks, warmth
Love this shot and sentiment.
Love this, simple yet profound.
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And isn’t this a thought we could all take to heart? The Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko would agree. He once said, “The need to restore warmth to people’s lives is a writer’s most imperative task.”
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Thank you so much for sharing this. I’m not familiar with Yevgeny Yevtushenko. Thank you for introducing me. _/\_
I needed this. So many hard slabs in my soul. But such warmth here (and now here, inside, as well)
so glad _/\_
That is incredibly beautiful.
That is a perfect triangle! O_O
what keen eyes you have ! 🙂
Thank you for the warmth your words and picture have given me. 🙂
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