where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 13, 2017 § 5 Comments
in the sunflower field
surety of place
Tagged: field, home, kindness, landscape, provisions, roost, snow, snow bank, sunflowers, surety, winter, woods
how much subtle color remains in winter woods and meadows
Reblogged this on luc20090's Blog.
Have been following your blog for years, and just read the current “About” section of the blog … beautifully written and apt description for what you so successfully do, helping create that quiet, creative space. Thank you, Catherine!
The snow does add to the charm. If I were a bird, I’d be happy beyond chirps to have such a place of shelter.
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