Tumblewords

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Sunday, May 16, 2010

Trembling for OSI










at limb's end
trembling in the wind
pear blossom   

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Watercolor created on Bamboo Fun Tablet using Adobe Photoshop Elements.
 
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27 comments:

anthonynorth said...

Great words. Delicate.

Gordon Mason said...

Liked the m, b and l's in the lines in different orders giving different sounds

Marinela Reka said...

Lovely words and beautiful image :)
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Sam Liu said...

Wonderful poem, a delight to read. Your words have such an uplifting elegance to them.

Jingle said...

full of energy,
lovely writing!

Liza said...

It's a beautiful image and I enjoyed your poem.

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brenda said...

May you have a bountiful harvest!

SandyCarlson said...

This has me thinking that no matter how sturdy at the center, we are vulnerable where we are exposed.

Beautiful. Thanks.

Jim said...

Those pear blossoms can have things rough. Of course it is hanging on as tight as Mother Nature's design would allow.
For us, we have Mother Nature's design plus an inner will and nature.
..
BTW, your pear blossoms are prettier than the ones we had.
And yes, a little storm made our yard white with fallen petals for a bit this year.
Poor blossoms. :)
..

Patrick said...

"pear" and my mouth watered. I had to look back, over my shoulder, to see the branch in the breeze. When did it become twilight? Thank you.

Carina said...

We had some lovely pear blossoms in our yard this spring. This was a wonderful poetic memory of them. Thank you!

evalinn said...

Beautiful!

Kathiesbirds said...

How fragile and beautiful a blossom this is. Your poem says it well.

Leo said...

a really lovely blossom...

fourwindshaiga said...

Wish I was there to enjoy the sight, and the fragrance.
Lovely poem.

Ramesh Sood said...

I couldn't identify with Pears, yet one thing..any good blossom experiences trembling..well said, Tumblewords and a million thanks for visiting my blog and inspiring me..yes, the page is slowly blossoming..

Whenever I reach my blog
I tremble with excitement & hope..

Mojo said...

Evocative image. Begging the question, does the blossom tremble out of fear, or anticipation?

rallentanda said...

Oh pear blossoms...lovely!

Sandra (if) said...

nice image!!

Tammy Brierly said...

LOVE your artwork and haiku. I can't stop looking at it.

Patti said...

The spring winds and storms can be so nasty, can't they? Excellent poem~ Your artwork is such a joy to see! Have a wonderful week!

Jingle said...

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awards 4 u,
Happy Monday!

Jim Swindle said...

Beautiful words and painting.

Amity said...

some kind of beauty and innocence :)

harvee said...

Lovely haiku; fits the picture so well.

Tammie Lee said...

lovely, both art and poem~

Cassiopeia Rises said...

Oh Sue, this is beautiful. Just lovely. I love the art work too.



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