Thursday, August 20, 2009

Saddle Road, A Culmination

For Skywatch Friday

Appearing out of the mist, expecting..a familiar rancher perhaps?

I didn't need to move
Any closer
Than where I stood
Neither did the One
Who dipped
In rich brown
The deepest of red,
Where it bled
From His palette
Into the crude earth
I till

It would be the ground
Through birth
Seeds sown in sorrow
Not mirth

For everything
Will be a culmination
On earth
As in heaven-


Louise said...

This is like a dream. Or a movie. Or a movie about a dream. Each capture is absolutely stunning.

J Bar said...

Great shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Tabib said...

Beautiful sky series. Yes, like what Louise said, like a dream.
I like your header photo too.
Have a great weekend.

Regina said...

These are amazing. Wow.
Beautiful shots! The poem is awesome.

I'm close to 100th post any idea my friend?
Happy weekend.

Sunny said...

Love those horse shots!!I will show Kealani.xxoo

Gypsy Lala said...

Cool! Wonderful photos, great web page design and I like the wordings. Thanks for sharing.

Jose said...

Beautiful images and poetry. At first I thought maybe I needed to go to bed as I saw little dots fall from your screen and thought it was a sign that I should be in bed.

Wenche said...

Your photos and poem are wonderful. It's a magical mood in your photos. Thanks for the nice comment on my blog.

Eric said...

WOW, these are great, the horses are stunning and the last few have great colors, well done!!

Have a nice SWF.

Linda Jacobs said...

These photos and the poem ar like exquisaite artwork. Beautiful! Really beautiful!

sojourner said...

Oh My God! How beautiful these pictures are! Did you take them yourself? I am a lover of horses and the grass so green! The tree, void of life, set in contrast to the lush loveliness! And, the poem just took me deeper into it all!

Anonymous said...

Polen no wonder my allergies started to act up. lol I have been Wanda's friend for about two years, it was there that I read your comment to her and noticed the key word West Covina. I was just there last week, my brother in law lives there. I used to live in Hacienda Heights. Although I have a photo blog I have not played Sky Watch Friday. Thanks for the visit, I hope you come back.

Joe Cool

p.s. I am having problems trying to post this comment.

Denise said...

Wow! These are incredible photographs. If that horse turned out to be a unicorn I would not have been surprised :) These photos are truly magical and so are your words.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Thanks to all of you for stopping in with your terrific comments!

bettyl said...

Very nice photos. Love the entrance of the horses.

Ms. Fiddlesticks said...

What a beautiful place you live in. Great photos. Gorgeous shots.

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