Grimm, Part the Second



Silvered stencils, lacy lore,

Frosty tales from days of yore –

Tears recycled, put to use

So fairy-tales can reproduce.


27 comments on “Grimm, Part the Second

  1. Lyle Krahn says:

    That’s a great photo.

  2. Very beautiful photo. I love the poem too.

  3. Gallivanta says:

    Gorgeous. Love the blues look on your blog page too.

  4. Gorgeous picture and beautiful words. Blessings of peace wished for you this Christmastime. β™₯

  5. Caddo says:

    Oh wow, it’s winter here! I really love the poem–never knew how fairy tales reproduced before, so that was educational!!

  6. Normally your snowy icy photos leave me shivering but this one is so beautiful and so dainty – and as you say – lacy I couldn’t help smile at it.

  7. Heidi Viars says:

    oohh, I love fairy-tales …

  8. Delft says:

    Gorgeous photo!
    And yes, it does look like lace πŸ™‚

  9. Melody this is very clever~ still there’s a heavy accent of sadness [for me]… it’s probably the word recycle ~too modern for such beauty~ Blessings ~
    Faithfully Debbie

    • melodylowes says:

      πŸ™‚ I was thinking that it is so cool that the frost that is on that tree was once in an ocean or taking part in a revolution somewhere in centuries past – very medieval and fairy-talish, I thought….

  10. russtowne says:

    I especially love the gorgeous photo, Melody. You captured winter’s beauty wonderfully!

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