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22 Apr 2012

Earth Day - Verdant


glistening droplets
shimmering with verdant hues
orbs that quench the earth

photo and text © by Karen @ Pixel Posts/Something Written


prompt by Ramesh Sood - verdant

Sharing with -THE POETRY PANTRY #98 @ Poets United.

Sharing with - OPEN LINK MONDAY @ imaginary garden with real toads.

 
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27 comments:

  1. Absolutely stunning Karen. Wonderful words and a great photo. We seem to have captured similar verdant beauty this week. :<)

    My Poetic Path.

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  2. Perfect words for a lovely pic.

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  3. Very beautiful. I loved that you used such a great word, orb, to describe a raindrop. Orb seems like such a big think, but rain is that important. Anyway, really nice poem!

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  4. Beautiful, Karen! Everything fits perfectly together, and the photo is awesome!

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  5. What a three dimensional stunning photo and 'ku !!!

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  6. Very, very beautiful. Perfect for the day--and every day.

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  7. Splendid - both! Happy Earth Day.

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  8. Such a lovely picture and words ~

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  9. An apt rendition for the prompt... very beautiful...

    Queen Earth's brown banquet!

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  10. Perfect for Earth Day!

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  11. So beautiful. A perfect poem for Earth Day.

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  12. perfect combination, well done *S*

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  13. I love this! Your words and those water droplets are gorgeous; you make me want to lick the leaves.

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  14. Love the last line. Lovely poem.

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  15. Stunning picture and words to match!

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  16. gorgeous in every possible way Karen!

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  17. Stunning photo, and a lovely poem to underscore it.

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  18. In miniature, like a droplet of dew, your haiku.

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  19. I love haiku. This a good one, love the description element almost, in a way, captioning the amazing photograph. Very nice. Thanks

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  20. Hi, Karen. Lovely poem - a perfect reminder of the importance of the little things and of the wondrous workings of our world.

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  21. Yes those droplets are beautiful! Nice words and image.

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  22. So green, I love it.

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