morning rays

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golden hesitating glow
haze of yellow
frozen landscapes
frozen leafs
on frozen dew

she plays the beads
the airplanes knit
colorful music
rich shades of orange
a light organ in the sky

too late she comes
it’s after nine
no hamster wheel,
for us,

to be enthralled,

no time

no space

no me

Pictures by bvdb (whoisbert) December 2013 – @home – Canon Ixus HS230 – IMG 5205/5216/5057/5063/5183/5022

15 thoughts on “morning rays

  1. The light through and frost on that leaf makes me drool. SeeingB has an eye that is so divine. Hope the winter season is being kind to you all and all you share space keeping warm with. -x.M

  2. I love the little blurbs under the photos when you click on them. And though I don’t know you, I think they are so ‘you’. Your poems seem to be letting loose (that is meant as a compliment). πŸ™‚

      • Actually, I was referring to the mechanical cause not the consequences and the mechanical cause is that the plant grows a barrier across the base of the petiole of the leaf thus depriving the leaf of nutrients – starving it in fact. If I am not mistaken the trigger for this is the length of daylight.

        • My knowledge of botany is limited to the course we got in 1983 — I still remember things like cambium, and watching chromosomes of an onion through a microscope … Your inquiry prompts me to look back into those textbooks, something I will probably do between Xmas and New year πŸ™‚ — as a matter of fact, I found them back immediately, and put them on my desk.

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