Friday, July 25, 2008

Emily Dickinson

My Garden
I.

New feet within my garden go,
New fingers stir the sod;
A troubadour upon the elm
Betrays the solitude.
New children play upon the green,
New weary sleep below;
And still the pensive spring returns,
And still the punctual snow!



-Emily Dickinson

16 comments:

Phantomswife said...

Sas - I believe Emily would be thrilled with the way you have illustrated her lovely words. Hugs, Sara

vk said...

Such a sweet poem...lovely images.
Have a lovely weekend.
Vani

Elisa Day said...

Lovely images! You are an artist! I enjoy your posts every time, so thank you! You make me think and you make me happy

megha punater said...

very beautiful sas,lovely pictures too.

Shireena said...

Really brillant color and angles and lighting. I'm learning from your soft and elegant style. And the inspirational thoughts you choose move me. Thanks.
Take care,

Anonymous said...

Thanks for share your special way of seen the world.
You inspire me!
Naty

shuma.rani said...

wow..an amazing collection of photos. They have certainly brought some brightness into my wet day :))

buddha-builder said...

Just discovered your blog while searching for Buddha images and your collection popped up(which I love!!). Now I see that you are a collector of poems, lovely poems, as well. I'm quite thrilled to make this discovery :)

Elisa Day said...

Long time no see, I hope you are ok. Take care!

sudha paranandi said...

Hi Sas,
Just came across your blog recently, but love it.
The pictures are very beautiful
and the words like someone said makes me think.
I love your blog.

Purnima said...

Beautiful ..

Anonymous said...

Lovely post... as usual xx

Xena

bhumika said...

yellow never fails to brighten up my mood. lovely pics :)

Irene said...

Lang geleden dat je gepost hebt....hoop dat alles goed gaat met je?

Earthy Beginnings said...

Just stumbled upon your blog and I love it! Gives me the dose of poetry I need along with beautiful artistry to look at. It exudes peacefulness I must say. I am adding you in so my readers can appreciate your blog as well.

monkey said...

I think this is an awesome way to share Emily's thoughts of nature! I love how you illustrated her words with inspiring photographs! ttyn