creative thinking ~ greener living
Oh yes, it's very precious isn't it - unique, in fact. Off to check your other blog now.
Beautiful. I see the Earth from orbit. Such a fragile marble in the darkness of space.
I love the poem and tried hard to figure it out and then I read Brian's comment and totally agree. Earth seems right. I am glad my idea was workable.
Very cool! Nice use of the prompt.
Juliet,Well done girl!Our oasis.rel
Good job with the prompt! I think you nailed it!
Yes, the Earth. Good job!
It makes me think of the ocean at night. Very pretty imagery.
Love this beautiful description of the earth--I felt that it was this like those before me..."veils of white"--what a perfect vision of clouds.Love,D.
The big blue marble, as it were... just lovely! And well done!
I thought of it as pearl.gautamiParallel Streams
I LOVED it! I thought of the moon but earth is even better ;)
I'm thinking of the photos I've seen of the earth with the halo of the atmosphere. Very lovely--both here and the alter-ego.
Precious, indeed. Lovely poem!
Very haiku like -- if it is the earth, this is a beautiful description of it.
Come on, Brian, I was going to say the earth lol. Great little poem, CGP
very beautiful...I like its shortness...how it capitalizes on one image
Wonderful. This is a beautiful picture.
very vortex; can that be a word?
Reading this made me quite happy.
The ocean! Even if it isn't, this is the perfect description of the ocean. Very nice, love the sounds.
Magnificent. Short and to the point. The qualities of good art, and of a possible message that could get through the thick skulls of those destroying the planet.Good job.
This was so visual. Even when I wasn't sure, at first, I could envision something from the natural world.
So visual and beautiful. Mine is finally written. Took awhile.
Yes its the earth as seen from orbit. Though guatami seeing it a spearl is interesting because I was also thinking of the earth as a precious stone (hence the title I guess)
Wonderful description! It's easy to picture :o)
Love the previous comments. I first thought of an eye ... but the iris is not quite a backdrop :)Lovely, JP
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