where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 10, 2017 § 11 Comments
my January thirst
Tagged: abstract, berries, color, desire, dizzy, January, quench, soft focus, thirst, wind
They really do, don’t they?
Glorious color to brighten the day.
Lucky for us there is always a pop of colour somewhere in Nature 🙂
Encouraging! And the sleight blur is perfect for my weather (fortunately not inner weather: prayer, art, and friends–here, yes, and all over–make for a good forecast).
Reblogged this on Sacred Touches.
Love, love, love this one Catherine, both the photo and your words!!! 🙂 ❤
It’s 57 degrees here today. I’m not complaining; it’s lovely. But gray, and my eyes and soul thirst for color… Just exquisite. (I need a berry tree)
yes! thank you to the barberries, mountain ash, rosehips, and tea berries for hanging around and brightening our winters.
wow, that’s a ravishing photo and just as wonderful haiku!
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