A Winter Antithesis Jan10 by melodylowes Frozen-up liquid, glittering dark, substantial nothing, Siberian spark. Visible phantom, terrible boon, sugar-free candy, desert-less dune. Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
I loved how you describe this. It really puts it into a whole new perspective. 🙂
Thank you! I’m glad you enjoyed it. 🙂
Nice post, Melody!
A new way of looking at winter…
For me who comes from the tropics,
your words make me feel the snowy chill.
Maybe you could pin up my winter pics and stare at them when life gets too hot? 😉
You just gave me an good idea.
Good tundra-talk, Melody!
We’ve been blasted by a wicked north wind – travel advisories and the whole bit. Nasty. Inspirational, but nasty.
It’s the poet in us, Mel–we can transform “nasty” into “inspired”.
How lovely. Transformations always are, I think! 🙂
I love “desert-less dune” as it really looks like a sand dune, Melody!
Blessings ~ Wendy
You too? See, great minds really DO think alike! 🙂 Thanks Wendy!
Liked this picture it reminds me that diamonds are not the only thing that sparkles. I have been very busy lately but I must admit I miss seeing your pictures they are beautiful and it cheers me up after a rough week thank you for sharing!
Creation is a powerful tool for our souls, I think – how lovely to have such encouragement from you. Thanks so much!
I love the flow of this, the feel of it as I read it out loud! Great poeming , Melody!
🙂 Thanks, Debbie. I really enjoy ‘poeming’!