Thursday, October 13, 2016

Poetry Friday Inspired by Autumn 


For more inspiration and Poetry Friday fun head on over to
Irene Latham's Live Your Poem. She's got scarecrows galore!


Nasa+constellation+images - Google Search." Nasa+constellation+images - Google Search. NASA, 13 Mar. 2013. Web. 11 Oct. 2016.

Bauman, Leila T. "Geese in Flight." Art Object Page. National Gallery of Art, n.d. Web. 11 Oct. 2016.

12 comments:

  1. Linda, you started on the digital inspiration road-good for you. I like how you captured the moon. Are you interested in offering a digital for my new gallery, Autumnventure, that is featured in my PF post? Let me know. Suggestion: increase the size of your name and location for easier viewing when sending me an offering.

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    1. Excellent feedback! Thank you.
      Sure! I can edit for the gallery.
      I need a lesson in Digilit Sunday. I don't understand how it works. For the longest time I didn't understand how Poetry Friday worked. Once I had a quick lesson with Jan Annino I was good to go. Is there an explanation anywhere? If not, can you help?

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  2. Lovely capturing of both scenes, Linda. I especially like "closing summer's heart".

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  3. Enjoyed these, Linda. The first one made me think of my family. "closing summer's heart" is lovely!

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  4. Wow, Linda these are lovely! I too am enamored of "closing summer's heart." How very unexpected! Thank you for sharing.

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  6. Closing summer's heart is so thoughtful. I'm now thinking about how I close each season's heart.

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  7. Oh, I feel sad to think of summer's heart closing, zipped and stored with the tank tops and flip flops.

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  8. I love the last line of your Autumn Moon. Such esteem, that even the stars circle round.

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  9. I love the picture of the geese closing of summer's heart! These are both lovely!

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  10. Beautiful job with these autumn "postcards," Linda.

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