where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 2, 2017 § 15 Comments
on black velvet shadow
Tagged: art in nature, branch, crabapple, definition, highlight, painted, painting, shadow, still life, sunlight, velvet
… as orange pearls
in the dark night,
as your lips, smiles
into my black thoughts
Could I continue your words with my silly ones?
oh, sorry! It was not possible to resist …
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Oh you could! Not silly – lovely.
you are so gentle!
Oh Catherine … I stole your image and your words and I shared them in my blog, making a mess of them … may I do so?
Yes, yes you may.
Catherine–this reminds me of a sermon when I heard about how just as a pearl is always presented against a backdrop of black velvet–so God’s grace is always most palpable against the backdrop of a dark time–perhaps as we are currently experiencing as a country right now. This beautiful picture of these glorious gems of God’s creation cogently reminded me of that–for which I am grateful.
George, thank you so much for sharing that. Looking deeply into nature I am reassured of the abundance of grace and gently reminded that there is, in spite of everything, so very much to be grateful for.
Sooo beautiful! 🍒
Love the cherries in the picture they highlight the fruit in your words
Gentle bells, soft meditation call.
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