where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 22, 2016 § 19 Comments
in the darkness
for the light will find you
Tagged: bird, branches, darkness, faith, light, monochrome, overcast, perch, portrait, profile, silhouette, sky, stillness
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So much hope.
Oh Catherine–this is so beautiful–what an inspiration in a time when it would be so easy to give up hope! Have a blessed Christmas–and thank you for enriching my life this year.
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“For the light will find you…” Yes, indeed. I smiled at that line, because the title of my Christmas Day post is “Followed by a Star.” Different words, different photos, but the same reality.
What a clever take on the picture. I really like it.
Hope is the seed that springs forth from winter slumber. Never give up! 🌿
My very favourite poem of yours ever! 🙏
Exquisite. Perfect match of words and image.
a lovely morning prayer…
Reblogged this on luc20090's Blog.
A very Quaker sentiment.
The bird – Slate-coloured Junco???
Here I remember East Coker, in the Four Quartets by T.S. Eliot. I text I like a lot.
Judy, what a marvelous connection! Thank you.
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