and revealing myself one poem at a time
Like the new colour scheme here, Karen; very Spring-tastic!I love the Matryushka dolls and wish I had one of my own."I'd pop my top," is a wonderful phrase and the whole poem is a gem.
Wonderful. Thanks for sharing these images.
Oh this is EXACTLY how I feel about Mike! He's such a softy & I'd like to just coat him in my hard Bug shell :)
ThNks, all. Okay! It's your turn. What do you collect?
funny, i too, loved matryoshkas. i think i had a set when i was younger. they were all around, to be found on the shelves - you know, we were bordering the former Soviet Union :)while it is a lovely poem, and i can see it as that, i sense another voice, too - an obsessive/possessive one.go figure :)
Sheep...LOL! Yeah, I lost my shell decades ago. Beautiful, Karen.
I love this beautiful little poem Karen, and thankyou for visiting my blog. Sorry you lost your pond, but the creek must be lovely and more natural too.
SzelsoFa - i bought a set when I was in Hungary. I have at least one set in all of the main rooms of my house. The feeling I have is one of fierce protection.LC - there's something about a wooly lamb!