To see the world in a grain of sand…

imaginarygarden In A Grain of Sand ~ Micro Poetry
Imagined By   “write a poem in no more than 10 lines”

 

 

Circannual rhythm of migrators

The constancy of the ocean waves

Dandelions fluffing to seed

The dance of the honey bee

The long arc of rainbows

Fractals of snowflakes

Wren’s happy song

Rain to quench

Earth’s thirst

Awe.

 

 

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15 responses to “To see the world in a grain of sand…

  1. I love the array of mirco awe moments you capture, Debi…beautiful!!

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  2. I share the awe… it’s like going down into soil and see the wonders.

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  3. Jim

    Wikipedia told me not to set my calendar by the Circannual rhythm as o one period is not of the same duration as another although they average once a year. This is a part of why Global Warming Climate Change is hard to predict. I think also the amplitude swings of temperature aren’t very consistent also, example, giving us hard or easy mild winters.
    The form was neat too. A funnel shape? Or vortex like a tornado or water spout?
    ..

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  4. Kerry O'Connor

    This is wonderful, Debi. There is so much in nature to delight the eye.

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  5. Rain is always welcomed! More so by the little wren and their kind that survival is assured!

    Hank

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  6. This reads like an end of harvest song… Love it.

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  7. Ohy first encounter with this charming form.
    Love the punch at the end

    Much love…

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  8. Well done and beautiful, Debi. Good ending.

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  9. I love your litany of awe inspiring things in our world.

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  10. It all boils down to one syllable – awe. Nice!

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  11. My eye is delighted, heart gladdened. Thanks! k.

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  12. OT

    oh this is so tranquil, and I so like the juxtaposition between constancy and a sense of safety against the altogether more temperamental aspects of nature: the ocean wave, the rain, the arc of rainbows, the fractals of snow. Great stuff

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