Sunday, April 17, 2011

April 17

She saw it
and applauded raucously.

Even though twas perilously evanescent,
Heaven embedded itself in earth.


Miranda said...


I think this is my favorite so far! Keep 'em coming! :)


Craig and Bethany said...

Aw, the embedding, every encounter an exchange. If only I understood this better!

Yes, keep 'em coming. I come for more raucous applause. Stunning photos. A playground of words.

Goat said...

To those new to my blog, it is Na Po Mo (National Poetry Month). While for many years I have written a haiku a day for the entire month, this year I changed the rules: This year I am posting photo and as many words as the date. (trying to not just describe the obvious in the picture). Play along if you like, post it on your blog. --Susan

Anonymous said...

In response to your poem and to your comment on it...Wow, Susan!! I'm reminded of Stravinsky saying "The greater the limitations, the greater the art."

This is a wonderful poem about the picture!

Anonymous said...

Thank you!

Anonymous said...

"Perilously evanescent." Like so much of life and beauty.