where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
April 24, 2017 § 3 Comments
these limbs embrace
each season’s passage
cradling the transient now
Tagged: ancients, catatils, cradle, holding, limbs, now, outdoors, passage, pond, pond side, seasons, tree limbs, trees
Mysteriously compelling image! Enriched by the words, especially the last line, which contrasts so
. . . aptly with the title, and changes the prospect of being “embraced” by those bony old limbs from scary to hopeful.
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