Tag Archives: Sun
“A clay pot sitting in the sun will always be a clay pot. It has to go through the white heat of the furnace to become porcelain.” – Mildred Witte Stouven
Smoothly flowing along the soft run Flowing breathless in the morning sun Along this flowered, sweet dream I take in the view on this silken stream Approaching the whitewater’s froth Drank in like nature’s rapine broth Reveling in the exhilarating … Continue reading
It is the cool, clear waters of springtime The remind us of that warmer, safer clime All of those cherished places and faces That have left their many warm traces Helping to form just who we have become Treasured by … Continue reading
Great American Eclipse by Michael Romani Monumental crowds wait in expectation Joined in the sensational celebration Excited smiled curve on all the lips In a once in a lifetime total eclipse There is a path of projected totality It is … Continue reading
The sun also rises.. Filled with goodness and surprises The farm feeds the nation Despite political complications….
Days of Reconnection by Michael Romani A solid need for authentication Takes the photographer back with fascination To where people do not live in pantomime And care less as life forms its lines There as laugh or frowns worn on … Continue reading
“What sweetness is left in life, if you take away friendship? Robbing life of friendship is like robbing the world of the sun. A true friend is to be more esteemed than kinship.” – Marcus Tullius Cicero You can read … Continue reading