Saturday, November 13, 2010

Morning Gem

I see you there,
Beyond the darkened boughs~~
Your shining wink
Transports me,
Far from the
Here and Now.

I capture only fragments
Of your fracted
Glowing streams.
And yet, 
Tho peering round and bout
With lustrous fluvial

I think perhaps
The eye of God
Must be within your grasp.
My soul is warmed,
A smile begins
As morning, morning,
Start of day
Close to my heart
I clasp.



*Ulrike* said...

I love the early morning when things are quiet, and if it is not too cold to be able to sit outside with my cup of tea. The poem is beautiful. Hope things are going well your way, and that your hubby is doing much better!
Take Care,

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

It has warmed here---the mornings feel a bit more like early summer.
I like it cool enough to wrap in a warm sweater and then run quick with the camera! LOL!
Well, maybe not run.... ;D


Karen S said...


Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

(oh....bad pun! sorry!)



Ima Weed said...

Gorgeous capture! Hope all is well at your house today.

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Hey Ima,

Yep--life is going per normal (or abnormal!) here. Planning studio time and that is good!
Hope you have a great weekend!


Jan said...

Lovely poem to go with the beautiful photo. Oh, btw, I noticed you had a photo of your father as your facebook avatar on Veterans Day. Nice touch.

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Hey thanks Jan. I had another pic of him I wanted---could not find it on this mess of a computer! (meaning, I have photo files everywhere....)
It seemed odd with *my* name and his pic... :)
Off to bleach the hair....


Magpie's Mumblings said...

I don't know which is more of a gem - the wonderful photo OR the poem!!

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Ah......I think the picture.
Once again, running in PJs and hoping not to slip! LOL!!!
And then the sun just PEEKED---and I clicked off the shots.
Gotta love it! ;)

Pajama Girl

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

OOh Anne this is such a beautiful poem and picture. It warms and comforts the heart. Thanks so much for sharing it. Oh I could hear the music for Burn, baby Burn Disco Inferno!!! How hot was that!!!! How fantastic! Thanks so much for stopping by my sister and friend.
Hugs to you.

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Hey Vanessa,

Ya think we ought to admit we know some of these songs? Do you think it *dates* us? :D
Thanks much on the poem comments....sometimes words flow.
A lot of times they are in plaster-of-paris.....


Bella Sinclair said...

Beautiful poem and photo. I love all the fine, intertwining branches. They remind me of fine pen lines.

Ces said...

Oh this is so beautiful! Wow.

Serena said...

Beautiful picture and poem! I love early mornings!

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