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Saturday, January 8, 2011

Entwined

vines
entwined
against gray sky
sun-kissed berries
await small birds
to alight upon
these tangled
lines

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31 comments:

  1. A beautiful image, and the light is lovely.

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  2. The poem and the image are beautiful together. Hope this day finds you well.

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  3. I really like all the crisscrossing lines,

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  4. Beautiful shot and poem. I love the way the sun looks breaking through the entwined limbs.

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  5. Believe it or not, down here in Dallas, Texas we're enjoying a sunny day that will likely see temps up in the 60's. By tomorrow it will be a high in the 30's and they're predicting snow. (a rare treat for us - especially the kids - though not our drivers - scary!) Your images are so breathtaking. Have you ever thought of publishing a book? Love and light, Jill

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  6. Beautiful photo along with nice poem. The sun looks like the biggest fruit on that tree!
    Have a delightful day.
    Yoshi

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  7. A graphical page straight out of the 70s - and it is positive meant :-)

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  8. perfect harmony of words and visuals...

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  9. Great photo, and your words are always so...soothing, calming, meditative. Thanks Laura.

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  10. A great backlight with beautiful silhouettes.

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  11. Lovely! My belly filled with warmth as I read it!

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  12. I love your poetry. This one expresses winter and the hope of spring perfectly in so few words.

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  13. A magical picture, and such soothing words.

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  14. Super-Gorgeous image and such beautiful words! Shine On Laura!
    Have a wonderful wkd! Thanks for your lovely visit always!
    Victoria~

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  15. I agree with Shadow:

    "perfect harmony of words and visuals..."

    Judy

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  16. fruit even amidst the tangled branches... lovely photo and verse, laura.

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  17. That's a beautiful photo, and great verse!

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  18. Beautiful post!
    Thanks for sharing;o)

    ***
    Have a happy weekend****

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  19. Beautiful poem and picture :o)

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  20. I am so impressed at how well you can write such beautiful poetic words and connect them to beautiful visual images.

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  21. Meaningful words...beautiful black and white picture...
    The light is so dramatic :)

    Thanks for dropping by...

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  22. I always love bare branches in monochrome. I really enjoyed your poem as well. ~ Calico Contemplations

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  23. Lovely-words and image. I wanted you to know because of you I am participating in the "River of Stones". Thank you for this and many other inspirations- blessings- teri

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  24. Very beautiful! There is something very symbolic about the grace of sunlight piercing through tangles! And loved you reflective stone too!

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  25. love the sun popping through!

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