Friday, February 1, 2013

Photo Heart Connection: January


Wind and rain forgo politeness for knocking softly goes unheard.  Hammering loudly they scream for attention, tired of being ignored.  Wind whips temperature into submission like a beaten dog while rain lashes out with the ferocity of a hundred striking snakes.  There's an angriness to their actions, something that comes from a dark place.  As they vent their frustrations they begin to tire and calm momentarily returns.   Temperature, no longer cowering, rises off his wet sodden knees and slowly rises again.
 
Linking up with Photo Heart Connection.

12 comments:

  1. You have a way with words...yes a poem, yes I love it!

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  2. Well that was quite a wind an rain frenzy which blew through your blog. I like the accompanying picture which shows what you have been talking about! Lovely blues and furious wind and rain slashes cutting through the sky!

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  3. Oooh cool interpretation of what you speak. The wind and rain has been lashing out here in the last few days. I am very poor (and totally OK with that) at science, but have noted that often after a soaking rain, God turns on the blow dryer with a windy day. Hammering and anger totally.
    Love the blues and swirly lines in this image.

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  4. This is beautiful, stunning image & words.

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  5. Beautifully creative - an homage to the powerfulness of winter weather. Love the artistic blur of the image.

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  6. I had the urge to grab a blanket after reading your poem and viewing the Pic, then I remembered it is a mere 65 degrees here. beautifully done.

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  7. I love the whispering lines in your photograph.
    Happy PHC,
    Rinda

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  8. Brilliant imagery and a fantastic shot.....

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  9. Such a powerfully beautiful ode to the ferocity of January..WOW!

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  10. A gorgeous image, full of energy and mystery. And your words... fantastic! Thank you for sharing in the Photo-Heart Connection.

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