7.05.2009

Let It Flow


In the depth of the night
under a blanket of dark sky
egos rest
let go
spirit opens her wings
dances wildly
sweetly
touches our daytime edges
then penetrates
beyond human boundaries
into the flow of the infinite
~

Other folks writings on the prompt 'human' at: Sunday Scribblings
Flowers from around the world: Today's Flowers

56 comments:

  1. ...beautiful writing and photo....the blossoms make me think of snowflakes spilling out of a dark sky...lovely.

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  2. The flower, the words and the photo are a great team. I love the little white stars.

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  3. That is an amazing flower, and a beautiful capture of it!

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  4. Thanks for the visit.your photography and writings are wonderful!Really enjoy your blog.

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  5. Beautiful spoken and a wonderful flower! I agree with Kelly, I also thought of snowflakes gracefully falling......lovely!

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  6. Very unusual shot. Very nice.

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  7. They go together so well, this beautiful photo and the lovely poem. The lower petals are so delicate, great photo. Thank you for sharing it.

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  8. What an amazing photo! Thank you for your visit and greetings from Croatia.

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  9. What a wonderful flower! I don't think I've seen it before. Your photo is great; those little flowers look like white stars. Thanks for visiting my blog and for your nice comment.

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  10. enjoyed the text and the photo...nice!

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  11. Beautiful star-shaped flowers and wonderful accompanying poem!

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  12. White stars! So beautiful! Have a great week!

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  13. Ohhh that is amazing!! Wowow!! Great shot and lovely words!! Namaste, Sarah

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  14. Beautiful words to go with the beautiful flowers.

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  15. Peaceful and heart warming. I love images mixed with poetry...It completes a story's circle. Amazing.

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  16. That's a beautiful response to the prompt. And a beautiful image.

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  17. Yes, the cowbird is not favored by many birders because it is always raised by some other bird. The mother cowbirds used to go with the great herds of bison. They were truly called "bison birds." Then when the bison disappeared they turned to the many cows in pastures. What they do is eat at the cows face or mouth as the cow sweeps her tongue out to grasp the grasses it stirs up insects and the cowbird grabs them and eats them. She must lay her eggs in the nest of another bird and let that bird raise her young because she must keep moving with the herds. So she never gets to see her babies. Other birds set on the eggs until they hatch and then raise them as their own. Sometimes, the cowbird baby is larger than the other nestlings and it will pitch out the others and in that way it gets all the food the parents bring in. The parents are never seemingly aware of the bird not being of their own species and will raise it as if it was their own.

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  18. That was a beautiful flower. I can't make out what it is, but that does not diminish its beauty - rather to the contrary.

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  19. Brilliant to combine flowers and poetry! Thanks for sharing and for visiting.

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  20. The prose and photo..simply lovely!

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  21. liked the last line quite a bit..

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  22. Tammie: What a neat look close-up look at this neat flower.

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  23. Lovely words, and what looks like a very special flower. I also love the water drop photos below.
    Thanks for naming the hollyhock!

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  24. Wow a kind of flower that is very unique and magnificent shot here. Love the scribblings that goes with it too.

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  25. Perfection! touches our daytime edges and the photo only added to the beauty.
    Greetings from an Idahoan born and raised :O)

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  26. You made a beautiful post, congratulations!

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  27. I love these:

    egos rest

    touches our daytime edges

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  28. This is my favorite poem of yours so far Tammie!

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  29. That's pretty flower and words that goes with it.

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  30. HI Tammie, Hope you had a great 4th of July weekend and celebration.

    The photo and poem are fabulous. As Kelly said, it looks like snowflakes... Gorgeous!

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  31. oh, that is just gorgeous!!!

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  32. A beautiful picture, as always. I think this poem is my favourite x

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  33. That's a very unusaul flower, and very pretty!

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  34. You have such beautiful blog, very beautiful images and writings. Thanks for sharing and visit our blog.

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  35. ... wildly ... sweetly ... ahhhhh ...

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  36. Beautiful flower and lovely poetry. The white flowers really like like stars!

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  37. Tammie...that is so beautiful! Your words fill my spirit with joy!

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  38. Hello Tammie,
    The line, "touches our daytime edges" strikes a beautiful chord. Your flower photo is a perfect accompaniment to your poem. Very nice!

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  39. so beautiful photo and flower :)

    have a nice week!

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  40. It looks like snow! But pretty, nice smelling, not cold or wet snow. I like it!

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  41. I've not seen these before, and they sure look like lovely fireworks in display :)

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  42. Hello Tammie
    thank you for visiting me - I am so glad that you did because you are a wonder with a camera...and I will love viewing your work...

    Happy days

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  43. Your words are like a magician's wand, that, with graceful flourish, can conjure beautiful artworks! The verse has a strange, haunting calm in it and an eerie beauty... Surely, a masterpiece!

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  44. thank you so much tammie lee for your lovely comments on my blogs. i am so glad you enjoy faerietale, there are some stunning creations about- the ones i show inspire me greatly. as your own words & images are so very beautiful & i find them so inspiring. your comment on my 5precious blog was a huge compliment, thank you. i do try to make my words a little poetic & paint a picture with them. it is always a joy to visit here x

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  45. love the words here and the flower too..thanks for sharing..

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  46. Beautiful. The flower puts me in mind of watching distant fireworks.

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  47. What a beautiful, peaceful place you have created here! I loved the imagery of your verse and understand well that letting go of self to commune with what is all. I'll be back to indulge myself in more of your wonderful photography!

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  48. Your beautiful poem goes so well with the photo. "dances wildly, sweetly" - love that!

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  49. Beautiful depiction of the human spirit in dreamland. Lovely poem!

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  50. That is one amazing flower, Tammie. I've never seen it before, but like many other commenters it made me think of white stars and so complemented perfectly your night sky theme and spirit's dance.
    Janice.

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  51. beautiful! great combo of words along with the picture.
    peace
    t

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  52. What a wonderful flower!!

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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