2.19.2009

Form

Love in the form of life

Life in the form of breath


Dance in the form of wind

Laugh in the form of a fawns prance

Flight in the form of a hawk

Growth in the form of crystals


Beauty in the form of a flower


Wisdom in the form of a tree

Patience in the form of a rock


Wildness in the form of wolverine

Serenity in the form of the rising sun


Bliss in the setting one


Drink in the form of a raindrop


Food in the form of a kiss

You in the form of me

Me in the form of you

All life in a single snowflake

then melting

to be born again


To see more skies from around the world: Sky Watch Friday

42 comments:

  1. Wow! Amazing photos and poetry! Your words are so touching. I absolutely love all your photos, but that first one with the fog lingering over the water is making me speechless. You have so much beautiful scenery around you. I love it. And you certainly have an eye for capturing it! I'll have to get back to Montana one day. I was there only briefly many years ago.Thanks for sharing.

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  2. You are a very talented writer and combine that with in focus photos and ZAP you are amazing creative person.
    Joyce

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  3. Wow! Beautiful shots! The first is so special! And you found a little bush looking almost like the same bush I found the other day - beautiful macro of the ice! Have a nice weekend!

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  4. Very beautiful and creative words and photos/

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  5. Thanks so much for sharing these lovely photos and poetry. Each and everyone of these shots are wonderful and the poem fits so nicely. Thanks for the visit.

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  6. Happy Birthday, Luv!!! Hope my crocus flowers came across the Net to you :) xo k-

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  7. Absolutely! Beautiful poem and images.

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  8. I couldn't download all of the pictures, but the ones I saw were amazingly beautiful!!!

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  9. Hello Tammie, the amazing sky pictures and sparsely illuminating poetry makes your blog a unique place to visit.

    You are privy to a wonderful show by nature, how lucky to be audience to those skies!

    Thank you for stopping by to say hello on my blog.

    Looking forward to more pictures.

    Suzanne in CT

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  10. Tammie: That was an excellent poem in word and photo, Thanks for sharing your spirit,

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  11. Beautiful images & beautiful words!! Hope you have a lovely day & Happy Skywatch Friday:)

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  12. I caught myself holding my breath as I scrolled through these. That second one is especially captivating.

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  13. These are ALL spectacular photos. The first one took my breath away. The ice crystals did,too. All are wonderful.

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  14. Thank you!
    I feel blessed. A~

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  15. Wow is right. There's my breath pulled right out of me.
    Fantastic Tammie.
    Truely beautiful and timeless . . .

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  16. Your words and photos provide a dance of their own,... beautifully done.

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  17. Wow stunning hon!!! Have you considered a book? Beautiful - nice that these were the first thing that I viewed today - thank you Tammie!!

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  18. Wow! fantastic photographs, I am really glad I stopped by.

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  19. This was a very great and varied series of photos.

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  20. serenity in the morning
    bliss at night

    I am captured by these words.

    I want to write the story of myself with them.

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  21. Wonderful wonderful photos, wow!

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  22. Oh my goodness... I am speechless. You are an incredible photographer. Blows me away.

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  23. always enjoy my time here. another set of excellent photography!! the first is an amazing capture..

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  24. These are all so very, very beautiful! I especially loved the top photo with all of the colorful layers!

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  25. Reading and viewing your words and photos is quite an emotional journey....beautiful.
    namaste, julie

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  26. Thank you much for sharing of yourself, you are full of grace and serenity and beauty! Blessings and smiles

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  27. Beautiful creations in the form of Tammie Lee. :)

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  28. Tammie: Well, that - words and pictures - took my breath away. With such beauty around you, how on earth do you manage to stay in your body?

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  29. Totally amazing, so glad I found your blog via SkyWatch!

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  30. this is one of my favorite poems of yours, if not the most favorite!!!....it needs to be in a book, along with so many other poems and photos so i can refer to them often in awe and meditation...and for others to see who visit!!
    it was a grand after-your-birthday-day yesterday spent with you sweet one....you just get more beautiful with every moment!!
    love you deeply,
    abigail

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  31. How beautiful. I love the way you ended the poem - with snowflakes melting to be reborn. Your photos are stunning (as usual). I especially love the first picture. You could say it contains all the elements: the water, air (in the mist and clouds), earth (mountain) and fire in the autumnal colours of the leaves on the trees. I love that picture.

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  32. Wow Tammie,

    The photos and the poem are the best. This is truly felt and experienced from the heart.

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  33. Namaste Tammie. That poem was fantastic!

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  34. Just beautiful! I read once that the only purpose of art is to allow the viewer to feel something. Your words and your imagines certainly make me feel something ... something lovely and calm and wonderful!

    Thank you for sharing your photography and your words!

    Small Footprints
    http://reducefootprints.blogspot.com

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  35. The last three lines...nothing ever really dies...it just changes...and we are all that there was, is, and ever will be.

    Thank you.

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  36. Spectacular words, and the photos are perfect for reflecting those words. I love how you share your perspective on the world with us in such a soft, beautiful and moving way.

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  37. Tammie - love your Form poem and the very first picture (with the mist) takes my breath away. So moody and pure.

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  38. Thank you all for appreciating this post. Seems many of you were touched by the image with the mist. I was on my way home from a photo trip in Canada. I felt so tired and pulled in to Lake McDonald for the night. They have a rustic camp on the shore that was open, all others closed in late fall. I awoke to that misty morning, which felt like a gift to my soul.

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  39. Stunning image, it speaks volumes

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  40. ...please where can I buy a unicorn?

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  41. hello anonymous,
    what would you like to have a unicorn for?

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie