Creative Writing and unfinished business…
August 30, 2014 § 4 Comments
ephemeral blooms –
of life’s transience
Tagged: beauty, haiku, mindfulness, poetry, sweet pea, transience
Beautiful as always, your lines inspired me this “instantly”:
and by the way, I love the new “white” design of your blog 🙂
have a (ephemeral) but wonderful week-end 🙂
(and beautiful photo: in French “pois de senteur” (sweet peas?, we call them fragrant peas…, but “sweet” peas sound very nice too)
Lovely poem, Frederic – eternal/transience.Bliss. So nice to have you here, and thank you for your kind words 🙂
I’m feeling this way about the leaves outside. The oak tree is dropping its leaves so fast, I figure they won’t have time to change before the tree is bare.
Let’s hope not. Autumn is a beautiful time 🙂
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