A description of what started this particular blog can be found in its first entry --Feb. 9, 2009. It's about healing.
Such a beautiful flow to this poem, Geo. In combination with the photo, I'm warmed by the message. Thank you.
Most kind, Robyn. This life-business isn't always easy but sure is amazing.
Beautifully expressed! I absolutely love the interconnections you've made here. I had to comment using my old, inactive Blooger account, otherwise Blogger won't let me comment. If you change your settings to allow anonymous comments, those of us at Wordpress can comment using our Wordpress names and URL's. Blisses and best wishes, Mother Wintermoon
Thanks, Mother Wintermoon. Your clickable current site is scrolled in the sidebar here, with a snippet of text. Hope that suffices for now.
The refreshing renewal brought by the rain is captured well.
Emma, we've been without rain for so long we try to capture it even with photos and words, any way we can.
Again, I have to say that Norma's photography leaves me speechless. Your poems add an extra touch. Here your words force the reader to take yet an other look at the photo, then make the reader realize that they would have missed out the rain drops on the stems of the Cosmos.
Perceptive Munir, life indeed is filled with mechanisms of astonishing subtlety.
I'm so glad you've gotten rain. And that you wrote this poem, and that Norma took this photo. I like to think the cosmos is leaning down to look at her wet toes.
O Jenny, I love the idea of Cosmos investigating her wet toes.
Love this. I could so clearly see the rain.
Thank you, Sandra. Most kind!
Beauty bowed,Over stones today,Rain ran a race none can matchDuring day or night,Where are are our roots?Deep in the ocean,Washing the shore With our conscience Ness.
Thank you, Liz.
Loved this and I, too, took a second look at the photo after reading slowly. Glad I've discovered your site. Don't recall how I got here but the internet linkings let me wander. I'm grateful. Kim in PA
I am grateful too, for your visit and comment. Welcome, Kim!
Please, say hello! I welcome your comments, thoughts, even criticisms!