Wednesday, 4 March 2009

circle



[inspired by the latest prompt at one single impression]

17 comments:

John McDonald said...

two beauties again
john

Tammie Lee said...

for me this poem can/could have so many meanings... thank you for inspiring a moment of ponder

fourwindshaiga said...

Life can be like that, for sure.

SandyCarlson said...

Circles seem to be the natural order for some things. Magical, mysterious!

Annie said...

Mysteries underground. Wonder what shape you will find in years to come?

Amias said...

I love your presentation .. it's as beautiful as the words ... the unseen is always mysterious, but when it unfold, therein lies the beauty of the circles of life.

Devika said...

Many thoughts came to mind, reading this...

concentricity is innate to thinking..nice one, Jem :)

wishes,
devika

Beloved Dreamer said...

This is just so lovely. It makes me long for spring. Well down my friend.

love-bd

Tumblewords: said...

Lovely - it speaks for future and the knowing of wonder that will come.

polona said...

great. like those plants have a will of their own (which might well be the case)

spacedlaw said...

Just because they prefer it that way (it's more convivial for chats, I reckon).

Brian Pike said...

Wow... So delighted to discover this blog... clever, beautiful and funny!

dandelion said...

oh, isn't spring just fantastic!...x

Pearl said...

first the squirrels organize, next they'll unionize and march for better seeds.

Pam said...

I like that you chose to express the sometimes futility of trying to press organization on nature.

Frank Williams said...

The beauty of nature is it never does what we expect.

Nadege said...

adore your poetry. many times i've
scribbled thoughts, small poems
on various pieces of scrap -what
a smart, fun idea to post these
small gems.

i can see the circle of bulbs.