The poetry of flight


A glorious November day with the sun shining just so,

Shedding golden pools of light on trees

As birds took off – into a purple veil of fog.

Poetry in motion.

I leave no trace of wings in the air, but I am glad I have had my flight.
– Rabindranath Tagore

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77 thoughts on “The poetry of flight

  1. I haven’t been able to stop by for a visit for awhile. Boy, do I regret it. Your photos are so breathtakingly beautiful. I’m going to have to make time to stop by more often as this is good therapy.

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  2. Superb capture, breathtaking colors and the perfect words! No one puts together a more inspiring post and words than you, my dear ladyfi and I always look forward to my visit to your blog! Have a wonderful and beautiful weekend filled with lots of love and laughter!!

    Sylvia

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    1. Hello..I read your blog but I dont get to comment there…I click on comment and open a black windows and disappear all blog.
      nice day to your reader, Fiiona( that message is not to u, ok?)

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  3. Hello Ladyfi and thanks for the visit and comment. Beautiful photos you have posted and I love the banner you have, especially the one with the dog and your frosty glasses! Cute! =)

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  4. Beautiful photo! I’m enchanted by the mood it sets and intrigued that the the motion of the birds adds interest without disrupting the peace of setting.

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  5. Now I have that song “she blinded me with science” in my head, for some reason the lyric “like poetry in motion” triggered it.

    Such beauty in those shots.

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

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