Sunday, December 13, 2009

Spider Web for OSI


This is an old, but favourite photo of mine, of morning mist beaded upon a spider web.

I caught a glimpse
of nature's jewels
beaded on a web so fine
these translucent crystals
these watery orbs
their transitory beauty was mine!

This post was created in response to the word, 'spider web', which is this week's prompt at One Single Impression. For more poetry on this theme please visit the hosting site
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20 comments:

zoya gautam said...

beautiful ..

Sweetest in the Gale said...

Lovely! Both words and photo...

Bill S. said...

Absolutely stunning. Great picture of som of the jewels of nature and of the mind.

Loch Rob said...

Wow, excellent photograph and poetry combined. Jewels indeed!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

WOW!!! That is an amazing shot.The beauty is in the fine details.Have a wonderful day.
Blessings,Ruth

bobbie said...

A thing of true beauty.

Quiet Paths said...

What a perfect presentation. Beautiful in word and image.

Shraddha@theselfloveproject said...

lovely imagery...both in words and the photo..

SandyCarlson said...

When we possess that beauty, we become it.

Amity Me said...

awesome pic and lovely poem Sandy...:)

good evening!!!

:)

Amity Me said...

Ouch...sorry...for saying it's Sandy's...:)

My apologies, Ann?

Denise said...

I have never seen a prettier spider's web Ann. Gorgeous photo. A very beautiful decoration for the holidays.

Mary said...

I love the poem! Beautiful!

Tumblewords: said...

I've never seen anything like this photo! Incredible. And your words are glorious, as well!

Ruth said...

That is the best spider web photo I have ever seen. Lovely background too.

Becky and Gary said...

An awsome photo Ann. My first impression was a Christmas tree decorated with strings of lights until I looked closer.
Excellant image!
B.

Amias said...

... thank you for sharing photo and words with the rest of us. Awesome.

nature said...

its really very terrific to look. thanks for sharing this with us.


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gabrielle said...

and now it is ours, thanks to you!

scienceguy288 said...

The picture and poem are perfect together.