Thursday, September 27, 2007

Amnion

The earth and sky swirled as one.
Fire burned below the earth.
Fire burned above the sky.
Water held them all together.


23 comments:

  1. I always enjoy coming over to your blog nessa.

    Oh and shit and biscuits I did not do your internet game thing and it is almost the end of September. I'm sorry! I will join in next month?!!!

    beautiful photo up there btw.

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  2. I do not frequent this neck of the blogging woods nearly often enough.

    Wonderful prose, my dear!

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  3. That was lovely, Nessa. I liked the way your words made me see a "picture". You've got talent. :)

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  4. Great picture -- even better words. I loved the imagery.

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  5. Betty: I'm glad you enjoy yourself. I have fun at your place, too. The game starts anew on the 1st. Thank you.

    Your Lordship: We are always honored when the nobility deign to visit. Thanks.

    Shari: Thank you. I couldn't decide what was up and down when I first saw this section of the river.

    Quilly: Thanks. For some reason, it made me think of Genesis.

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  6. Sweet...especially on a Friday morning :)

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  7. Very nice. I wonder if I could ever be serious enough to be creative?

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  8. Beautiful picture. I love the textures!

    Water holds everything together, I have learned...

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  9. Dabich: I felt a little simplicity was needed.

    The Phoenix: Thanks.

    VE: Do I need to slap you?

    Mizmell: Yes it does.

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  10. Beautiful colors in your picture. Amnion is an interesting way to think of what holds us altogether. It really brings the world into perspective.

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  11. Gawilli: Makes me feel cradled.

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  12. Beautiful words and a stunning photo (especially when enlarged!)

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  13. Niall: Thanks. It fascinated me.

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  14. As a geology fan, I really enjoyed your synopsis. Together with the the photo, it was beautiful. I couldn't tell if the blue was water or sky - it ended up being both. Lovely.

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  15. That was beautiful - I love coming here to see your prose...

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  16. tsduff: I went by this spot this morning. It is completely gone. The whole area is muddy and dull.

    Grunty: Thanks.

    Katie: Thank you.

    Princess: Thank you very much.

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  17. Beautiful picture. Beautiful words.

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