and revealing myself one poem at a time
Let all my footprints be erased with overgrowth as I pass through, leave no trail to follow for it is not leading to anywhere a human would want to lie.
I love the title and tight verses, the green stronger than the tree ~
Springy yet stronger than one rooted. Time can be such, certainly! Nicely Karen!Hank
love the hidden strength...
Fantastic take on the prompt. Appreciate that you moved beyond obvious.
Thought-provoking poetry. Very nice.
To 'springy thing' ! ~ love it.
This is beautiful Karen!
Like this, great photo too!
Fanciful and rather charming...
Wise and beautiful...
That springy thing can have a habit of springing back on itself. A delightful tight thought that lets other thoughts run wild.
I like the idea that nature triumphs over everything we make or impose on her.
Love what the photo inspired....
Futurists claim that our great cities would be overgrown with plants within 50 years of neglect. I love to photograph old pioneer cemeteries reclaimed by nature; the reason we have never found a Bigfoot skeleton, nature reclaimed the corpse; nice job.
Like a dream!
Green springy things ... believe!
You let me see a green shoot pushing between the hard stones..wait till spring!
Karen,An optimism in sighting the first shoots of spring...Such timing:)Eileen
Springy things are always hopeful..very nice
Oh, yes... I'm ready for green!
… my driveway has a few tenacious greens that always sprout through too!
concisely, you make me totally aware of persistence in existencehttp://www.kimnelsonwrites.com/2013/12/30/be/
the inevitable...there will be green springy things on my grave.... :)
I love the tenacity of little plants growing in the most impossible places - just like some of us:)
On this cold day, good to imagine spring coming back around again!
Very cool and well captured.
Wonderful.. The strength of life among all the stone..
taut and powerful ~