where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
May 28, 2017 § 17 Comments
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Tagged: abstract, color, garden, ground control, intergalactic, macro, petal, power, rain, rocket ship, space travel, tulip, water, water drops
Ground Control to Major Tom….you have lift off!
I love the colors
You are so creative! Gorgeous flower beauty
beautiful. q: are you still having field tulips 🌷 bloom? all the field grown tulips plum lost their flowers a month ago in the pacific nw.
Hi. No we don’t have field tulips here. It would just be an enormous buffet for the deer. Hard to keep a few in the yard from them. 🙂
Inspired! Great one. Thank you.
Your eye, your soul take me to the divinity and delight of Mother Nature. Sat Nam, I bow to your light.
This is gorgeous
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Reminds me of the first half of the title of one of Hopkins’ insightful poems : “That Nature is a Heraclitean Fire . . .” Your poem-with-image is more succinct, but both aim high. Nice!
I don’t know that poem – thanks for the lead!
Can a flower bud make one want to cry? Heaven bound. Maybe it is the water droplets but this found me in the center.
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