Sunday, November 19, 2006

One Deep Breath - Come to Your Senses

Snowflakes gather
like silent stars
resting lightly on my shoulder
We had our first dusting of snow today, just a few soft, wet flakes that rested lightly on your body, and then dissolved in an instant. They were only the harbinger of stronger, more determined flakes yet to come that will blanket the ground with a silent covering of starry white.



Blogger Star said...

What a beautiful view of the first glimpse of winter.

Blogger Jane Poe (aka Deborah) said...

silent stars resting on my shoulder absolutely beautiful, Becca! Wow, you have snow already ... we generally get a bit spoiled her in the Pacific NW with late starts to the winter weather. Keep those stars, like angels, guiding you through the days. much peace, JP

Anonymous Crafty Green Poet said...

snowflakes like silent stars is a lovely image.

Blogger paris parfait said...

Gorgeous ode to the first snowfall - "the silent stars resting on my shoulder" is a beautiful image - and your poem and photo herald winter weather that I don't expect to see here until late December! Merci!

Blogger Shelley said...

Thanks for the early harbinger of the season to come... I could FEEL the snow in the air after reading/seeing this!

Blogger jzr said...

lovely words and photo!!

Anonymous bella said...

I love how the white snow blankets everything and the outside looks so clean and calm.
I can't wait for that first blanket.

Blogger Sombra said...

You know me, Becca, I love the white stuff!

What tender words...'silent stars resting lightly'...


Blogger kerrdelune said...

Lovely and poignant haiku, and I loved the photo. It is raining here and turning to snow as it falls, but nothing is staying on the ground. I do wish a little of the snow was staying here today.

Anonymous Sandy said...

Very nice snow scene, great for a Christmas card.
I was dreading snow until I read this. Thanks!

Blogger Helen said...

This is so beautiful and appropriate for the Holidays. I love the snowflakes like silent stars!! Haiku perfect. :)

Blogger Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

Tender sweet and vibrant! Perfectly put Becca!

Blogger bb said...

how i love that image of silent stars resting on your shoulder - makes me wish for a few of my own :-)

And well done with the nano word count so far - your progress has been pushing me forward - thank you!

x x x x x

Blogger AnnieElf said...

Silent stars - how perfect a description for a snowflake.

Blogger Jodi said...

Beautiful haiku and photo. I'm spoiled to be away from snow, which I never liked, but you really accentuate the beauty of it.

Anonymous Pearl said...

oh My! Snow in Michigan already. Glad you look forward to it.

Blogger susan said...

Gorgeous! Your imagery is magical, Becca :-)

Anonymous AscenderRisesAbove said...

brrrrr... what a photo! I recall this kind of snow; just before the deep cold and snow hits


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