April 17 by Susan Cowger 6 Comments She saw it and applauded raucously. Even though twas perilously evanescent, clearly, Heaven embedded itself in earth. *
"Perilously evanescent." Like so much of life and beauty.
In response to your poem and to your comment on it…Wow, Susan! Just…wow! I'm reminded of Stravinsky saying "The greater the limitations, the greater the art."
This is a wonderful poem about the picture!
Susan Cowger says
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
Craig and Bethany says
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.
I think this is my favorite so far! Keep 'em coming! 🙂