Wednesday, May 1, 2013

On Luminous Wings


                                           on luminous wings of morning ~ swans follow the river
                                             
                                                                        in a perfect triangle 
                                         
                                                                                  of light
                                               
                                                 

                                                            


Photograph by Bernd Ruttkowski

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful photo with a lovely verse.

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  2. The beautiful photograph is just like a painting. The perfect triangle of light is a great description.

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    1. I wrote this poem several months ago. I always ask the universe for the perfect photo to accompany it and it hasn't failed me yet... :)

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  3. How wonderful, it was words first and then the perfect photo to accompany them later! Everything fitted so well that I first assumed that it must have been the other way about!
    I once saw children playing on a hillside on a windy day. Arms, like wings, opened. The joyful rising into morning air!

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    1. Hi Peter, Yes, it has always been the poem first, even with the one involving your beautiful pot. First the poem and then I always seem to be lead to the perfect photo. The only exception has been Montucky's gorgeous wildflower, the Dark-throated Shooting Star. I knew when I read his description of that flower it had to be a poem.

      "The joyful rising into morning air!" That is wonderful. Children seem to know we have wings and then as we grow up we forget... :)

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  4. Lovely picture with apt word-flow!!

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    1. Thank you! So glad you came by to visit my site.

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