Thursday, November 13, 2014

Six Word Fridays ~ Cross


Along the cemetery path I see
a thread leaf Japanese maple tree.


Drawn to the fancy, spindly leaves
I peek inside this crazy tree!


The branches criss and cross to form
a tented haven from the storm.


And from inside, who could guess
the beauty of this magical mess?


I stepped in, stayed a while;
and couldn't do anything but smile!




My Memory Art six word fridays
Please join in the Friday fun!
Caption a photo, share a poem
or tell a story. Just remember,
only six words in each line!

12 comments:

  1. I want to sit inside that beautiful tree, too!

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  2. I smile too! Such a sweet story with fabulous illustrations!

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  3. What a cool tree! Imagine having a fort in there or a nice place to just breathe and be!

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  4. just gorgeous...love the bold colors and the warm tones!! it really is the most beautiful time of the year!!!!

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  5. Oh wonderful photos - I felt like I was right inside the tree too.

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  6. The first thing I thought about when I saw your pictures was what a great playhouse for kids. Would it be so much fun to play under those beautiful limbs and colorful leaves….So magical…...

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  7. Just stunning. Beautiful colors and great twisty branches! What fun!

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  8. OMG - I love these Japanese Maples, especially - and thanks to you I now know what they are called in English - thread leaf maple. They are so beautiful. I can imagine you stayed a while. The picture, inside and out, are wonderful.
    Hmm, I am stretching it a bit today, but I linked anyway ;)

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  9. wow - some of the beset fall photos I have ever seen. :) <3

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  10. Oh my!! I love that tree! I can imagine what it felt like inside. There is an aura to be felt in the fall colors and the beauty of living things.

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