green water for blog


Dragonfly iridescence
Subdued, tentative olive
Convincing hunter green
blending into
reliable, pine scented forest green
Succulent emerald of newborn spring grass
Sparkling turquoise ocean waters
Mossy, moist pillows at the foot of spruce
Lime green willows
spraying graceful arcs
Avocado butter rich.

Green is
Mother Nature’s breath,
her flowing hair,
her billowing garments.

Green is her blood,
pulsating and undulating,
nourishing and smothering,
dying and birthing herself
again and again.

About Beauty Along the Road

A blog about discovering beauty in all its ordinary and extraordinary manifestations.
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2 Responses to Green

  1. Afterglow says:

    This photo i love! So calming 😉


  2. Pingback: How Many Shades of Green? | The Beauty Along the Road

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