Friday, April 16, 2010

They Gather In Pools

(Macro Flower Saturday here)



Springtime is here
The air is balmy
Sitting here barefoot
&
It's cold inside

Still watching
Yellow blossoms
Falling through the trees

So I have no streams
To offer you
No not rivers
Or the deep blue sea-

Just a mere reflection
In the gathering pools..


Have a great weekend-

24 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful images and reflections! Love the poem too! Well done! Have a great weekend.

Sandra said...

tis soooo lovely in that pool. what is the header a photo of, I think it is a plant unfurling?

Kilauea Poetry said...

It's a Hapu'u -(ha-poo uu) fern unfurled Sandy- thank you.. here is a link-
http://www.instanthawaii.com/cgi-bin/hawaii?Plants.hapuu

Friko said...

Lovely pictures and a lovely poem to go with them.
It's always a pleasure to stop over with you.

Leenie said...

Your place is a spot of calm. I've been to The Islands twice. I love being reminded of my visits by stopping by. Usually I'm turned off by Unwanted Audio Onslaughts--the background offered while viewing a blog. But not here. Your floral photography is splendid.

ρομπερτ said...

amazing photography !

awarewriter said...

marvelous images especially the first Regina -- it has a magical feel -- I really like it.

marina said...

I love the pink flower photo!
and your header photo is gorgeous!

Self Sagacity said...

Hi, that last photo of the flower tells a story...I love the way it's laying on some water.

Denise said...

Another beautiful post, with brilliant photos. Just love them. Thanks for stopping by. So sorry about the sore throat :(

maiaT said...

Beautiful, artistic images again.
Your photos are so different, really creative compositions assorted with beautiful poetry.
Nice work.

Clytie said...

Absolutely beautiful. Peaceful. Serene.

Ginny said...

I love your poem, and the rather mysterious pictures. The first pool looks rather tiny, yet I get a glimpse of clouds in it. Something enormous in something so small. The photos evoke a kind of hypnotic state in me, where I could just stare, kind of like a gazing ball. I knew there was a lot of rice there, but did not know you didn't have much bread. This makes me think of the King's Hawaiian bread they sell here. That is what it is called. It is soft bread and has a wonderful very sweet flavor unlike anything else. Is that truly Hawaiian, or something we just made up here in the states and gave the name to?

Cezar and Léia said...

Adorable reflection post. Your blog is soooo beautiful! Congrats! :)
Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg

The Write Girl said...

Beautiful photos and a lovely poem. It conjures up all the loveliness of spring.

doro said...

I like this poem! So clear reflection.
Have nice week!

Paula Werner Severo said...

wonderfull photos.. very enchanting! It´s always nice to come and see your photos! have a great week!

Anya said...

Wow!!
Love your photo's today
they are all puurfect !!!!!
So wonderful "Unique"
:)
:)

Misalyn said...

What a lovely poem and images. I love the way you rhyme your thoughts Regina.

Have a nice day.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Big thanks Doro, Paula and Anya!! to all of you who popped in for this meme- I appreciate your thoughts!
Hi Misalyn!! wishing you a great week- I'm truly grateful for your words!

JM said...

These are SO BEAUTIFUL! Can't stop looking at them!

P.S. Glad you enjoyed 'The Bride'! :-)

elvira pajarola said...

Ohhhhwoaow....Regina....these are two super-sublime photos...!!!!!!!!
ENCHANTING ...BEAUTIFUL.....THOUGHTFOUL!!!!!!

....are you becoming a pro photographer...? I think so...!!!!! greatgreatgreat!!!!!!
ciao ciao elvira

Kilauea Poetry said...

Hey..why thank you JM, I did (lol) and Elvira- thanks for visiting!!!

Lisa (Mountain Photog) said...

The pink flower against the dark, wet foliage is amazing! Really gorgeous!

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