Monthly Archives: February 2013

Offspring.

Glowing willow buds, The sun casts golden auras –  Softened by Earth’s love. Advertisements

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Desire.

Trees clothed in red light, Sunset’s transforming promise – Just before nightfall.

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Hymn.

Greyness overwhelms, Colours sapped from the landscape –  Heard in a bird’s song. 

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Refreshing.

A cold wind rises, Blowing away the cobwebs – With spring in my step.

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Meditation.

Swirling flocks of Knot, Changing shape, then vanishing –  Into the white sky.

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Echoes.

Distant weather vane, Shows me a break in cold clouds –  Soft golden moment.

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Restraint.

Daffodil bud swells,  A few snowflakes flutter by- The bud remains closed.

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Party.

Gull with summer hat, Like mini-skirts in winter –  Defying the cold.

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Instinct.

Waxwings find berries, Oblivious to their charm –  Stopping work, I watch. I should explain these references to Waxwings. They are very attractive birds that come to the East of England most winters, often in very small numbers, but every … Continue reading

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The Cycle Of Life.

Specks of light falling, At my feet, white frost glistens –  Evaporating.

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