Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Life in a Raindrop


Peeping through my spyglass
I head out in the rain
in search of
New Worlds

I find a whole galaxy of watery planets!


Ethereal, transluscent
hanging by
silvery
thread


Twin planets
feed each other
on a black, metallic
bed


Ghostly grey,
a portent world
so dark 
I'm filled with
dread


Blue-eyed
water world
you'd think it would be
Red


These
crystal balls and prisms
assure me
winter's
fled



But best of all
are raindrop worlds
that tell me
spring's
ahead



36 comments:

  1. Rosemary you find beauty everywhere my friend. You perfectly captured the beauty of a raindrop...

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  2. There's nothing as stunning as a thunderstorm and its aftermath. Thanks for sharing your photos--lovely as always.

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  3. Amazing! Quite otherworldly really :)

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  4. Beautiful images of the raindrops, love it Rosemary.

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  5. I like your second and second last photo. A good attempt at shooting raindrops. I tried too but they weren't artistic enough for me to do a post.

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  6. Hello Rosemary what a beautiful pictures of raindrops.
    Very well done, my compliments.
    Greetings Irma

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  7. Hello Rosemary!
    Fantastic photos. .
    Everywhere you can find beauty!.
    I send greetings.
    Kisses.
    Lucia

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  8. Raindrops are sure a welcome alternative to snowflakes this time of year! You always post amazing pictures that remind us to slow down and enjoy the beauty nearby!

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  9. Hi Rosemary, what a wonderful poetic post about the beauty of raindrops. You made me see them in a new way today. Thanks! Great photography as well.
    Christina

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  10. Fantástica serie de fotos com qualidade representativas da chuva.

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  11. I love raindrop photos - I looked very closely as I thought you might be reflected, but you were hiding.

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  12. Twoje kropelkowe zdjęcia są cudne. Pozdrawiam serdecznie.
    Drop your pictures are wonderful. Yours sincerely.

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  13. You've shown a world of beauty in a little bit of water, which makes me believe spring really will appear any day now.

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  14. Such a beauty your raindrops and poem, Rosemary!
    Love it...
    Warm greetings,
    Anna

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  15. Unas imágenes preciosas has captado con tu cámara.Te sigo.Saludos.

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  16. WOW, fantastic photos and you made some wonderful verses , you really have away with words !

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  17. Hi Rosemary, just gorgeous! What a lovely post, both text and photos.

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  18. Love your poem! And the photos are fantastic. Nothing better than rain!

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  19. Wonderful! One of the photography instructors I had gave us an assignment to photograph a drop of water. Any of these images would satisfy that requirement.

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  20. Very creative, and well-captured. (When you're presented with lemons ...)

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  21. Fantastic photos! and the poem is very sweet as well...

    Eilan

    http://borderline-girl.blogspot.com.br/



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  22. Great pictures. My favorites are the second and third to last.

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  23. Great pictures. Raindrops may look like diamonds. Wish you a good Thursday :)

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  24. Bonjour je repasse regarder tes photos là je vais sortir mais à plus tard bise

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  25. Wow! Those pictures are real art, Rosemary! Beautiful water drops!

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  26. Spectacular raindrop pictures, Rosemary! Your poetic words bring them to life :)

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  27. Hello Rosemary!
    What lovely water drop photos! They are soooo graphic!
    They do carry life!
    Truly wonderful!
    Keep well!

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  28. Rosemary, I tried to take photos of raindrops and know it's quite difficult.
    Yours are awesome!

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  30. Una serie espectacular !!!! Realmente preciosas todas las fotos!
    Abrazos.

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  31. Do this mean the snow is finally melting? The water droplets make such interesting photos especially with little reflections in them! Have a great WE!

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  32. Truly a masterpiece! Congratulations! How did you ever get to shoot them that way??! Only Rosemary can do it, I know :)
    Glad to see the rain coming on your roof instead of snow.

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  33. That is a beautiful write. I love the connection to the universe. Rain drops are so reflective to me. And when they happen here, I enjoy sitting outside watching it all happen. The plants look beautiful with all those lovely little beads hanging off their leaves. Nicely captured:)

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Thank you so much for your kind words :)

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