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Saturday, May 17, 2008

Seussian



"...this is a strange, unlikely tethering,
a furious grafting of the quick and the slow..."

From "Poor Angels" by Edward Hirsch

7 comments:

Lee's River/Zlatovyek said...

the visual works so well with the poem, Lori.

Dale said...

:-) Suessian indeed.

Bubba said...

And would you like a palm in a pot?

Palm in a pot? Oh, I think not.

Larry said...

What is that plant -- perhaps a palm going through a rough period?

Interesting that some other plant seems to have sprouted at its base... it's a plant eat plant world out there!

Knitting Painter Woman said...

Definitely!

laureline said...

Poor wee thing. It's not nice to strangle plants with indifference. (In my younger, less conscientious days, I'm sure I offed quite a few ;d.) Can't you make this your personal Charlie Brown tree, Lori?

Squirrel said...

the plant has that seuss texture and attitude. I like the shadows captured here, one looks brought on by glass--with water behind it , very interesting that shadows should have different textures too.