where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 17, 2017 § 10 Comments
the better shelter
from the storm
is found with others
Tagged: bird, branches, comfort, community, company, connection, outdoors, robins, safety, shelter, snow, storm, tree
Great composition. Your haiku made me look for the other one 🙂
I would have missed the second robin without your words: which are, by the way, quite true.
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Charming, lovely. Thank you.
what a lovely post to open on this gray morning. Thank you for the reminder….
what a beautiful and eloquent truth painted so accurately with lens and words! thank you!
So true! (In Portland, OR. this has proven itself with unusual snowfalls and ice.)
thank you–love this
Lovely! So you have robins, too. They don’t seem to migrate anymore!
How true ! Love this
Reblogged this on Enviroart by Suzanne Bélair, IAF, AFC and commented:
Beautiful picture and words
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