Sunday, February 25, 2007


Nothing much to offer this week, still reeling from the excesses of the week's festivities (and the mountain of work on the office desk when I returned on Friday)

So a short piece will suffice until I catch my breath back.

image by dsnake1



sun's strands
weave its warmth
over treetops,
the wild flowers
waving by the roadside



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Blogger gautami tripathy said...

One can unfold the suns' ways here. I like this.

25 February, 2007 23:45  
Blogger polona said...

the light
and the warmth...

26 February, 2007 01:26  
Blogger floots said...

love the directness of this
super pic

26 February, 2007 15:54  
Anonymous GeL(Emerald Eyes) said...

Like the warmth and welcoming tone of this poem, especially "sun's strands/weave its warmth."
Glad you enjoyed the New Year festivities. Hope that mt. of work reduces to a manageable hill or flatlands soon!

26 February, 2007 19:57  
Blogger magiceye said...

beautiful way to get over the hangover!

26 February, 2007 22:13  
Blogger dsnake1 said...

hi gautami,
thanks! i like to write something bright once a while. :)

if only i could borrow some of the gorgeous sunrise photos you have taken...

thank you. i thought the leaves form a nice frame for the sky.

in the first days of the New Year, i thought i will refrain from posting anything dark. :)

i will be glad if that mountain of work reduces to a hill, but i'm trying. :)

heheh!! :)

27 February, 2007 19:46  
Blogger Pat Paulk said...

A very powerful short piece!! Love the pic too!!

27 February, 2007 21:04  
Blogger dsnake1 said...

was inspired to write this on one january morning, when the sun came out after days of rains.

27 February, 2007 21:35  
Blogger polona said...

i usually take pics of sunsets
most sunrises i'm either at work or in bed :o)

28 February, 2007 03:13  
Blogger J. Andrew Lockhart said...

so much can be said in so little. wonderful.

28 February, 2007 07:20  
Blogger dsnake1 said...

wish i could take photos like you do :)

i was in a good mood. :)

28 February, 2007 21:00  

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