where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 22, 2017 § 15 Comments
the kilted woods
wearing a tartan
of tree and shadow
Tagged: forest, kilt, pattern, patterns in nature, plaid, shadows, snow, tartan, trees, woods
Great work with shadows – both visual and verbal
Yet again you have married the “right” description with an incredible study of light and shadow
Maureen – as Nanciec13 so wonderfully said – you too must be a fluent textile speaker! 🙂
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since I speak fluent “textile”, I especially love this creative post!
Nancie! a fluent textile speaker! LOVE that phrase!!!
Reblogged this on luc20090's Blog.
Great eye and interpretation, C.
I’ve been admiring the intense, blue shadow patterns on these no-filter, bright-blue skies.
YES! So BLUE!!
I so seldom, if ever, think of looking at shadows, or of seeing into them. Thanks for this!
Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
AYE—A FINE POEM—A NATURRAL!!!! 🙂
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