Friday, May 8, 2009

Shadows frame the beauty . . .

(CLICK on to see the tulip close up!)

Making Memories

The beauty of the two colors

Blends into one memorable tulip scene

That shadows frame -- as if to say,

"Look at me."

Before long. . .

The petals will droop

And the flower will disappear.

Yet, another memory lingers!


RuneE said...

Isn't that what life is all about, when you come to think of it?


SandyCarlson said...

A lovely thought! Great photo.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The tulip is such a lovely shade of pink. Interesting the contrast between the soft, living flower and the hard, non-living cement.

Malyss said...

I like your little poetry. It matches very well with that beautyful picture; You should share more of your writings with us, they are full of sensibility;
PS: Take time to go on Fragments bleus today, there's a surprise for you...

Kerri said...

A Beauty for sure!

Cindi said...

I really like seeing the petals open...very pretty!

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