“Nature always wears the colours of the spirit” by Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Cold Fence by Thomas & Dianne Jones CC BY 2.0

Nature always wears the colours of the spirit
Could be cold, hot, windy, sunny or any climate
Nature becomes me, going with or against the flow
Every day is different, enjoying the sun, the rain or snow
On top of the world, we kissed and nature’s our witness
Look around us, trees, birds, hills – they’re all breathless
Daffodils are popping out, cheerful bulbs burst into life
Spring is here, part of our life now and the afterlife
Summer morning, all serene, flower’s scent is heaven
Starting the day on this bright day, clouds like cotton
Autumn’s golden voice, sings with birds and flowers
Don’t forget the palm, coconut, banana trees and firs
Leaves had fallen on cold days, winter is wonderful
Time to have our Christmas tree with tinsel and bauble
Reflection through an early dawn or the lovely sunset
Admiring some stone friezes curved with rosette

(c) ladyleemanila 2016

 

For: Photo Challenge # 94: January 5, 2016, Miniature Writing Challenge #24 – Quote and #BeWoW and Writer’s Quote Wednesday

2 thoughts on ““Nature always wears the colours of the spirit” by Ralph Waldo Emerson

  1. This is a lovely journey through the seasons, the days, the moments, details captured in a glance, by chance, unfolding as it does.

    You’ve managed to bring the reader along on this delightful, reflective and gentle journey – filled with promise and wonder – and it’s really beautiful.
    There are some really fascinating and in some instances, intriguing lines, that leave just enough of a tingle in the imagination:
    Nature becomes me, going with or against the flow

    Daffodils are popping out, cheerful bulbs burst into life
    Spring is here, part of our life now and the afterlife

    thanks for sharing your response LadyLee and Happy 2016 ~ all the best for the new year.

    cheers ~ Pat

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