Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Honey Suckle

Carly is asking us for 'Something seen in summer' for Ellipsis Monday Photo Shoot.

For extra credit she asks for words to describe the picture and this is why my entry is here because that is what Visual Counterpoint is.
Photographs accompanied by words.

This is my entry.
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'Honey Suckle' From Let the end try the man


Seen in summer a silent scene,
Holds goodness for one,
That gathers the present for the future,
And carries today to tomorrow,
While the past remains a sweet memory,
So time is held in every moment.

Nectar offered on a summer day,
Holds goodness for all,
To be gathered by far too few,
And carries strength from the sun today,
While the future must wait for tomorrow,
So time passes through every moment.

Seen in summer a lasting tryst,
Holding goodness for all time,
Long days gather warmth from the sun,
And carry it on waves to waken the dead,
While nature transforms the light into gold,
So time echoes in every moment.

6 comments:

Connie said...

Beautiful photo
Beautiful poem.

Carly said...

Hi Liz

Hon, you have so much talent! Beautiful photo, and as always, the words accompanying them are just perfect!

-Carly

Greg said...

This is a really cool photo. I love the macro element, but added in are the webs, and the bug. There is so much to look at here. Carly is right, you have a lot of talent!

Greg

Jama said...

What a beautiful poem!

Suzanne R said...

The picture is just gorgeous! I like your poem, too. Nice job!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Wonderful! The photo and poem go so well togehter. Perfect!