Saturday, April 04, 2009

Sunday Scribblings - A Ballet


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A thousand dancers adorned with
softest pink reach skyward
on a stage of April green.
The magnolia blossom
performs a ballet to celebrate
the gentle days of spring.

25 comments:

  1. How beautiful was that? Words and picture. Thanks!

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  2. Oh you flirt you.......Rosey's gonna love this!

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  3. The flowers make me yearn for Summer...I can almost smell them. ;)

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  4. Love it!! Especially as I used to train in Ballet.

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  5. beautiful. no sign of spring flowers here yet- but your words helped me imagine them coming!
    peace

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  6. Oh, you tease! We are almost 2 months away from blossoms. Love your haiku, though!

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  7. Beautiful Keith. I love spring and all it brings. Leaves are starting to fall here.

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  8. Hey keith..that gives such a nice feeling.I love it when it rains leaves and flowers.

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  9. Very nice celebration!

    xoxo
    AGirlNamedMe

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  10. a lovely celebration from a lovely man

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  11. That looks a bit like a 'Susan' magnolia, but mine still only has tiny buds on it. I'll be celebrating when she opens up!

    Nice one. :)

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  12. Hi Keith, the celebration of spring and so beautifully adorned with the lovely picture!

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  13. What a perfect Spring celebration! Beautiufl! Thank you

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  14. isn't it beautiful how life do celebrations?

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  15. That pink against the blue sky is stunning. I just love this photo. Thanks!

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  16. A wonderful celebration! Yes! Indeed! Glorious photo and words...

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  17. Thanks Keith. Sometimes a picture IS worth a thousand words but your words are wonderful!

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  18. One of my favorite blossoms celebrated in words that match its beauty.

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  19. What a fabulous photo! I have some magnolias in my backyard too but not as remarkable as those.
    Spring is definitely a time for celebration.

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  20. Simple, elegant, fragrant, delicate, yet so beautiful great post Keith. Hugs babe

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  21. i am torn between the picture and the words - both equally beautiful!

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  22. I felt like I was sitting beneath that tree. Just lovely. And so welcome on this unseasonably cold April day.

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