Love the poem, but couldn't get the video or pcture to play.Here's my offering for this first Gooseberry Garden picnic: http://charleslmashburn.wordpress.com/2011/08/21/this-eden/
"the sun with its blond touches" I DIG THIS LINE :)poetry in motion!!!!here's my offering: http://lynnaima.wordpress.com/2011/08/21/vanished/
Love this! Thank you.
I really enjoy work that plays to the theater of the mind. Thanks for playing along with the Sunday 160.
It was quite nice with some really good imagery. Sun with blond touches, being one of those. :)
Wonderful words, Thanks for sharing.Yvonne.
smiles. very nice...love the personification of each and hte intimacy...
:) Beautifully crafted
i loved this poem, what an image!
nicei liked itdo come and check out some of my poetry if you can stand offense:)
Great poem! I couldn't get the video to play either. :(
Liked the poem but saw no video or image.
Perfect imagery! Thanks for Poetry Picnic (I too couldn't play the video :(
I love the light and airy flair you give this piece. That iron can be light and airy is quite a feat!
NO, I can't see the vid either. Maybe you didn't embed the code properly?Lovely verse though :)
What a fun poem. I lived it very much. Hugs, pat
Your poem is great. Sun with blond touches... Like this
My goodness. You certainly have a way with words. I couldn't get the video to play, though.
Lovely imagery ~~
Very well written.Love it!
A picturesque 160...
a love affair between sun and tower? sweet.thanks for stopping by my blog. have a lovely day.
This is so beautiful and uplifting! Excellent work! :-)
I saw the picture through your words.
great imagery ....loved it thank you x
Haha wow, that's great!
Loved the way you made it move in my mind...
This imagery is stunning!!!
i love this! such wonderful imagery and the ending totally rocks!
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