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I Saw Sunday Week 40

I Saw Sunday Week 40
http://isawsunday.blogspot.com/

Standing between
sunset and moonrise,
reading story
of sky
in colors both
muted
and fierce.

Swirling emotional
kaleidoscope
of life lived
in fleeting
moments.

Elizabeth Crawford 6/18/11




Hope you come and join us and tell us about your week in words and images.

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13 Comments

  1. earlybird

    Lovely words and poem, Elizabeth.

    • The experience is hard to translate, sort of liked being wrapped in moody skies. Thanks Early bird,

      Elizabeth

  2. Beautiful poem and wonderful skies!

    • Thank you Deborah, your post had me laughing and shaking my head, lol,

      Elizabeth

  3. Beautiful photos Elizabeth, especially that last one!

    Wow, it looks like the sky is on fire!

    I love your words too – ,especially . . .

    “Swirling emotional
    kaleidoscope
    of life lived
    in fleeting
    moments.”

    A lovely post. Thanks for sharing with I Saw Sunday. x

    • I loved the contrast between the muted shades and then that sudden incredible burst of color. Loved your photos, all of them.

      Elizabeth

  4. And how right you are – all life is lived in fleeting moments, not two alike… I loved the big, misty moon image.

    • Secret? I hugged myself when I saw that it had accually turned out. I love it too,

      Elizabeth

  5. SO beautiful, Elizabeth! “between sunset and moonrise” – a beautiful place to be.

    • Yes it was Sherry and I can only hope I get to go there again,

      Elizabeth

  6. Just fragments, really. Lovely combined with images!

    • Thank you Annell, I found your poems haunting.

      Elizabeth

  7. Ena

    Beautiful poem, and that last photo is gorgeous… I love sunsets.

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