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Brrr it’s cold

December 12, 2013

The cold, frosty week has chilled me to the bone and got me thinking . . .

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. . . how monochromatic the earth remains beyond naked tree limbs

before the rains come and the field grasses grow;

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. . . how glad I don’t live in snow country

yet yearn to photograph the beauty it holds;

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. . . how shrubs and trees store sugar all winter long

for hues shiny and sweet come springtime;

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. . . how loud are icy grass blades when walked upon

or how musical are the drips of melting frost;

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. . . how quiet and secluded squirrels remain,

and unproductive laying hens reside,

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. . . how the effort to stay warm seems like combat;

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. . . and how all living breeds navigate cycles through

slumber and wake.

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3 comments

  1. Oh Dianne, these are absolutely gorgeous. What a wonderful talent and spirit resides within you. You warm people’s hearts even in the cold weather that you have captured on film & in word.

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    • Sorry I have been slow in responding to you and Bernadine’s comment. I thank both of you for sharing. I love to hear from readers. Merry Christmas!

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  2. favorite posting ever! just beautiful!

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