where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
July 11, 2017 § 9 Comments
the daisy’s eye
reflecting back beauty
Tagged: daisy, eye, flower, look, macro, petals, reflection, unblinking
A very good poem. Thanks for sharing!
A dramatic crop
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Thank you for the dose of beauty. Lovely words too. Your site is a reminder that it is there.
A little asymmetry is good for the soul. “Aye,” said the botanist. “I see what you did with that eye.”
Nice perspective. Great color
Nice catch! Gorgeous! Unblinking reflection! Would that we could do the same.
Strange, how viewpoint influences one’s sense of beauty. If I look hard enough, this image starts to feel scary.
(Maybe “hard” isn’t a good way to look at anything. But that large black hole, or is it a bulge, surrounded by tiny eyeballs; and the explosion behind! Maybe nature reproduces a big bang eine surprising places, just to remind us . . . )
“…in surprising places”
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