The Bare Bones of Winter –>Revisited

Fingers reaching,

etching messages into the sky,

an abstract community of interlocked arms, sharing breath,

and entwined roots, sharing life,

sharing space,

and waiting.

About apronheadlilly

wife and mother, musician, composer / poet, teacher, and observer of the world, flawed Christ-follower
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27 Responses to The Bare Bones of Winter –>Revisited

  1. Claire says:

    This resonates with me… Love the photo’s and your words..

  2. Nice…love the way your write…!!!

  3. Dounia says:

    Beautiful post and photos, as always.

  4. Janice D says:

    Lovely captures and words.

  5. Cath Howell says:

    Your poetry is absolutely sublime!!!!!!! I look forward to every day and every new post you write, especially your poetry!!!!!!

  6. Dor says:

    These are fabulous fotos…. I especially love the one of snowy branches against a black sky. And the next one is full of texture. You are so good at this!

  7. As a lover of trees, I especially enjoy your photos. I’m always outside taking pictures of trees, but none as great as these! (unintended rhyme there…) I especially love “community of interlocked arms”!

  8. gingerbreadcafe says:

    Love the photos, particularly the snowy night one. Your words are great to.

  9. Lindy Lee says:

    You do have a way with poetry and words, apronheadlilly. You’re excellent with a camera, as well. Thank you…

  10. hello, apronheadlily,

    you usually have something for us, from the sky. i do love the firmaments myself, they always convey something.

    i can relate to your posts. not only are they spontaneously creative but there’s the heart,
    always. 🙂

  11. reinkat says:

    Well worth re-visiting! Beautiful words and images.

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