Friday, February 8, 2008

nature's grace

natures's grace...


nature's grace in a moment of repose
singular in its beauty
brilliant in design
alight in an instant of time

nature's grace, unparalled in form
captured in its essence
free to fly away
unfettered, unrivaled, on display

nature's grace, spotted on a wall
itself a blanket of blue
rough in texture, withered in rhyme
a crossing of surface sublime

12 comments:

Gillian McMurray said...

A very striking image. Beautiful poem too.

mcdc3s said...

Did you write this poem?

Both image and words are delightful.

eb said...

sublime - words and image...

xox - eb.

azirca said...

simply gorgeous words and image.

rivergardenstudio said...

Your poems and photograph are incredible together. It is wonderful that you notice the beauty in the smallest gift of nature.

thealteredpage said...

Thank you all for this wonderful feedback. And Maralena, yes I did write the poem. I was really inspired by this image I caught on film.

tina's space said...

you are quite the poet seth. this is beautiful; both image and poem. very clever!!

Trudi said...

Wow - what a beautiful snapshot! Is the poem yours? The words are lovely.

tanders said...

gorgeous capture and the poem completes it

Chris said...

Are you trying to make me jealous or something?

This is FABULOUS!
May I share it?

And can I say I did it?


Okay, I'll just share it.

ScrapBuzz (Anne Marie) said...

Hi Seth, I'm glad you posted on my blog; I love learning about new artists and I especially appreciate the Revolution process. Great work! I started scrolling through some of your past posts and found this post. The similarity with a post I did on my other blog a few months back was uncanny ... here's the link: http://restandbethankful.blogspot.com/2007/10/blog-action-day-environment.html

Enjoy!

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

Dear Seth, Forgive me because I am in South Carolina and will post my renewal photo when I return home. Your poem is beyond my words for appreciation. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart