where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
May 16, 2017 § 14 Comments
even the stationary rock
will cross the line
in due time
Tagged: changing nature of things, cross the line, due time, forest floor, leaeves, line, movement, rock, shadow, stationary, woods
Stationary is relative term. That rock has been on the move, used be fluid, etc etc. makes ya think to look at that rock!
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Lots of good lines here.
I love this concept and you’re so creative to see it in this illustration.
Reblogged this on Reality With a Twist ~ Books and commented:
So true! We occupy such a small fraction of time.
I love this!
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