via Trees are Poems
Eddie Two Hawks provides an inspiring Kahlil Gibran quote and a lovely picture completmenting it.
I go one one step further and think Nature as a poem, a song, and a masterpiece. I need Nature in all its beauty and radiance to complete who I am, otherwise I am empty as Gibran suggests.
Nature is not something out there. It is in each of us to discover. I took this picture about 2 years ago. As we came out of the church, the deer was laying in the shade of a neighbour’s house. In what is a small urban setting, this picture to reminds me Nature is with me all the time. I need to recognize and revere its presence.
Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
Thank you for your kindness regarding my regrets…and this is a great post (I see the deer underneath!).
You are welcome Jonathan.
Yesterday there was a snake across my welcome mat at the front door. I’d prefer a rabbit to remind me that nature is close by.
We stepped outside one morning and a moose was about 15 feet from us just eating and keeping on eye on us.
Amen to that, Ivon. 🌎
Thank you Bela.
Ivon, I love your awe and reverence towards nature. Deep love and respect. The world needs more of you ……
Thank you Yeka.
My sweet pleasure Ivon! 😁
Agree! Gorgeous shot of the deer!
Thank you Resa.
It’s good luck to see a buck out in the open like that! Cheers!
They do not often do that and are quite shy around humans. Take care.
A good reminder, Ivon.
Thank you Cynthia.
And they have an epic presence. A beautiful share.
They do and filled with mystery. Thank you.