Timothy Marshal Nichols


Reveries of an Imaginary Landscape No.12 - Morning with Water


White mist
hiding the brownish patches of trees
looking upward the canopy scrumptious, vivacious

The air
cold at first
fresh, invigorating

Cool red earth
pitted and smooth, damp and vibrant
silky red flowers and burgeoning patches of green and blue

The sun
blasting, rippling through the canopy
bright dancing shadows on the red, red earth

Running water
clear, warm, from a steamy spring
shiny droplets dripping

Submitted: Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Edited: Sunday, April 29, 2012

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