where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 11, 2018 § 12 Comments
in black and white
the billowing bloom
a leafing and blossom of snow
Tagged: billow, black ad white, bloom, blossom, collection, garden, leaf, leafing out, monochrome, snow, storm, tree
Beautiful photo. Can the snow stop now, please?
Perhaps in April. Although that May snow is not unheard of! 🙂
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In my dreams diwn here…
This is the sort of image that makes me long to live with winter again, despite its inconveniences and its occasional refusal to leave when we’d like.
In my mid the beauty makes up for the hardships and the duration makes spring all the sweeter.
This has been the best kind of March snow were blessed with. Even this morning many of the hardwoods limbs are still wearing it, not to mention the leaf filled crotches we whimsically imagine at eagles nests.
It has been gloriously beautiful. Now I’ll be seeing eagle’s snow nests everywhere! Thanks!
If we squint, we can pretend they are blossoms!
Poem and photo – perfect pair!
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