where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 26, 2017 § 7 Comments
the storm’s force and fury
remains in the tilted horizon
Tagged: aftermath, bird box, force, fury, gale, horizon, leaves, remains, snow, storm, tilted, wind, woods
A very nice poem. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Henrietta. _/\_
You are welcome!
Reblogged this on All About Writing and more.
The diagonal branch above the house is the perfect touch — it neatly parallels the lean of the house, and emphasizes it.
Shelter. There are two–shelter and landscape. 🙂
Lovely composition and poem.
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