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Friday, April 15, 2011

they danced...

in the beginning they danced together
but she had her own way of moving
they stood awkwardly around her
entranced

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34 comments:

  1. A hauntingly beautiful shot Laura. I love it.

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  2. so many levels in these few words Laura

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  3. That is so profound, I love it! :-)

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  4. The trees are dancing here in Dallas this afternoon...being whipped like wild marionnetts in the wind. Thank you for letting me see that as an amazing choreography of nature today.
    Always with love & light,
    Jill

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  5. I can see your poem in the photo...straight trees standing awkwardly around the more crooked ones...wonderful!

    Thanks for dropping in!

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  6. beautiful image and very apt poem. :)

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  7. Thinking of you
    Beautiful image of your daughter
    My cottage is empty
    once again....

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  8. I love the photograph and also the poetic words.

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  9. Nice words on trees. Great post!

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  10. I visit your blog, and I am entranced. Beautiful post.

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  11. The bare limbs are very graceful, one reason to enjoy late fall and winter. But don't get me wrong, I like when they are clothed in leaves too. :)

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  12. For our anniversary a few years back, my husband and I went on a cruise. In the old days, we would have danced for hours. This time we did take a spin on the dance floor, me in a wheelchair and he guiding the chair. The floor emptied. We were the only two left while others looked on with smiles and tears. Just as we danced with smiles and tears too.

    Judy

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  13. Your's is a little spooky too! It looks like arms reaching towards the sky.

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  14. What a story! So perfect in simplicity. :) Lois

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  15. haunting indeed!




    Aloha from Honolulu


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  16. Laura, Lovely shot--just right in B&W--have a lovely, peaceful weekend. Mickie :)

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  17. Beautiful and a little spooky photo. Great poem also!

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  18. It takes a special way of looking to see such a beautiful image. the words enhance the photo, and the photo illustrates the words. Everything as it should be.

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  19. Oh..this is lovely! I can see them dancing - YES!

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  20. Lovely dancing tsngle of silhouette shapes! And your words make a wonderful dancing partner!

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  21. Nice words that blends well with your great photo....a fine poetry.

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  22. O my, the economy of words to such a wealth of feeling!

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  23. I do love it Laura!
    Much love
    Joo

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  24. She thanks you for blessing her with your words-xo teri

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  25. We are rarely entranced by the "normal". Enjoyed ur poetic thoughts here

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  26. Dancing trees...
    Looks so dramatic :)

    Thanks for dropping by

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  27. I love it! This is so good!
    I'm envious of your daughter. :)

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  28. This is awesome. Our is covered with snow today. ^_^

    Macro Monday

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  29. powerful photo..
    & words..it all speaks to me..
    wood deeply.
    i too am experiencing
    my own way of moving
    & it is through woods!
    love! xo

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