Spring in Winter

Spring is strong and virtuous,

Broad-sowing, cheerful, plenteous,

Boldly

Quickening underneath the mould

tear of spring

Grains beyond the price of gold.

So deep and large her bounties are,

Deep in

That one broad, long midsummer day

Shall to the planet overpay

from above, so below...

The ravage of a year of war.

moss and mould

Emerson

 

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14 thoughts on “Spring in Winter”

  1. okay, that was not enough; these photos reveal such a gifted talent and you are growing so well into your gifts; I have this vision of you taking your photography well beyond anything you have imagined.

    1. Barbara,

      Your kind and supportive words have lifted me to new wonder! Thank you so much! These photos seem to be imbibed with something special! They were taken only hours before posting and finding the correct words to walk along with them.

      I am Love, Jeff

  2. Your photos go so well with Emerson’s words… I especially love “Deep In.” The “strong” “cheerful” colors of spring contrasted with the “ravaged” leaves!

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