14 January 2014

pixels captured

pixels captured
hope spread 
wide, flash
against the snow
power in delicacy
flight
suspended, beauty
almost too sacred
to hold, this
moment


back with the poets today
 

15 comments:

Mary said...

What a beautiful photo you have taken here! And yes, I understand the power in the delicate.

M. J. Joachim said...

Wow! This is really neat!

Wolfsrosebud said...

cool to look into the details of life... where are you going in the mission field?

Gabriella said...

Lovely and subtle photo! Birds always seem to point to a fleeting moment.

Brian Miller said...

power in delicacy...i like that...these moments of peace and beauty do seem terribly fragile at times...

scotthastiepoet said...

You've captured something very true here... and very delicately too, as befits your subject. Lovely work. With Best Wishes Scott www.scotthastie.com

Heaven said...

That's a lovely photo, a flash against the snow ~

Kenia Cris said...

I find it great that, given the delicacy of moments and things we cannot hold, we can still frame them in photos to remind us of them.

Nice piece.

marilyncavicchiaeditorpoet said...

Very nice! I like thinking of the birds themselves as pixels -- so tiny and fleeting, but a part of something larger.

notenoughpoetry.com said...

Beauty is almost too sacred to hold, its true, yet somehow we've been allowed to behold it. I like this poem, the flow of it befits the subject.

Claudia said...

what a beautiful capture of the moment...both with photo and words...love how the little bird just spreads its wings...so cool

Vandana Sharma said...

to live in the moment is the best thing to do :)

Linda Rogers said...

What a beautiful tribute to nature and birds. Love that picture too.

coalkissedlips said...

Love the picture! You are so right that there is power in the delicate. I sometimes believe that the delicate has the most power within. Thank you for sharing your picture and poem :-)

Pealogic said...

I felt the tone and choice of words were super in this little gem.
Ciao
Pea

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