Sannel Larson

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Peek-a-boo, I see you, hiding behind that tree!




Winter sun teases 
hiding behind that bare tree 
. . . until Springtime breeze

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20 comments:

  1. Love this! So waiting for spring! I believe it is coming now...because of this...thank you! I love your creativity!

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  2. This is a very fun filled poem full of delight and I learned a secret of once learned once more. With patience, a touch of the brush here and there, the artist causes creation like a most beautiful woman before a mirror masterfully painting tresses of her hair. Peek-a-boo, I see you too . . .what a hummm-dinger of a gal - giggle

    thank you for the smile today. I know it did melt a little of the snow while surely lasting until the morrow . . .

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  3. Hi Sannel... oh and how it is teasing... enough now lets just have it...please.

    Love this as it awakens the senses as to what is coming...

    Hugs as always

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  4. Dear Ms. Sannel, This is so lovely. As I read I remember a walk in the woods, leaning against a very old oak tree, peering up into the branches,and thinking of the tories it could tell, and then how many times the old tree got me caught during a game of hide and seek! .. lol Beautiful write, lasting memory, creative thoughts.. you are a true inspiration to those of you that you have touched with your magic.. HUGS to you my friend , Jami

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  5. Sannel, You are masterful in your delicate application of this poetry...with the perfect photography to accompany...love this, Maria

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  6. Sannel, You are masterful in your delicate application of this poetry...with the perfect photography to accompany...love this, Maria

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  7. So let me get this right you're bare behind this tree, right? As in butt naked? Well then I must spring into action because at the sight of these illustrious words I am most ready to thaw out from old man winter at the sight of your warm summer smile and take you by the hand as we ride together on the wings of the full moon with our poetic hearts beating as one. Freddie Ferry, younger brother of Bryan.

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  8. Sannel, spring is teasing many of us here in the US too! Temperatures rise only to be followed by an unexpected chill and more snowfall. Your beautiful haiga catches nature's finicky ways wonderfully. This is your own photo, isn't it? I, for one, would like to so a lot more of your photos. Simply lovely, verse and photo!

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  9. Hi Sannel,

    Love this haiga. I hope winter gets the message and leaves soon.

    Take care :)

    Sue

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  10. This is such a gentle presentation, full of hope for, well-warmth. Nicely done.

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  11. Audra, thank you for those kind words. Yes, I do believe Spring is finally here.

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  12. Mitch, thank you, my friend. :-)

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  13. Rolly, I know how much you're looking forward to Spring and fishing. I think it's about time for you to blow the dust of from your fishing rods!
    Thank you and hugs from me and Sweden.

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  14. Dear Jami, such a sweet story, which I think many of us can relate to. The woods and the trees was my playground as a child, and still today, it's a source for my inspiration and my writing.
    Thank you, my dear for your visit and beautiful words.
    God Bless and hugs to you!

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  15. Dearest Maria, how wonderful to see you! You always brighten my day with your beautiful appearance. Thank you for those kind and beautiful words. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
    My love and hugs,
    Sannel

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  16. Freddie, you're too funny, lol! I see, you have not lost your wonderful sense of humor! Always, a beautiful treat when you stop by for a visit.

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  17. Rick, yes it is my own photo from one of my many walks here in the forest. Actually, this is a tree that stands right by the pond that you have seen pictures of. Thank you for your lovely words about my work. You always know how to bring a smile to my face.
    Hugs!

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  18. Sue, I truly hope so, since I had about enough of freezing temperatures and snow.
    Thank you for your kind compliment and for your visit.
    God Bless and Hugs to you!

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  19. Mike, thank you for your constant support and beautiful words regarding my work. I'm blessed having wonderful friends like you to brighten my day.

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  20. Hello Sannel. There are so many poems composed by yourself I seem to use them as a bible of sorts at times. As a perspective of my mind offers a doorway as glimpsed through a window to my soul those perceptions of the heart comes alive with feelings experienced.

    Venturing seeking something after reading your latest entry of Fibromyalgia Day those thoughts of perspectives discovered are renewed with feelings. The perceptions of life as an organism living, nature nurturing as the sun peers silently beyond, and the imagination offers an angel with wings sharing hope for any who read and experience art as art and more. I ponder Elsa and the Sun Egg, while awaiting the day to read her wisdom shared. For Now, I would like to share the many, many moments learning seeking a discovery . . . yet, having not understanding . . .

    “Wanderer, your footsteps are the road, and nothing more; wanderer, there is no road, the road is made by walking. By walking one makes the road, and upon glancing behind one sees the path that never will be trod again. Wanderer, there is no road"

    Antonio Machado

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