Treeglow: A Writer Wednesday Post

October 8th, 2014 | Posted by Irene in Poetry


treemoreglowTreeglow, photo& all text © Irene O’Garden 2014

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In the midst of an errand-studded, socially-whirly, travel-mottled fortnight, and in lieu of lamely listing said dance card, I share an image that brings me peace, and the few words which occurred.


Early trained to stained glass,

the eye of the beholder falls

on veined archetypal panes.


Light guides the eye

and shadow settles it.

Seasons lead and ground us.



Have a peaceful week.

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  • Laura

    Enhanced by this exquisite poem…You remind me so much of Dylan Thomas…the green fuse of life. You give voice to thoughts I didn’t quite know I had till you wrote them down…

    • IreneOGarden

      Humble thanks, Laura–

  • Cathy Gonick

    Beautiful. And it’s so nice to have a reminder of fall here in dry and still hot (102 last week!) Morgan Hill.

    • IreneOGarden

      Thank you, Cathy–hope it has cooled by now!

  • ceblain

    This is so lovely. to see and read. Thank you so much for brightening my day.

    • IreneOGarden

      Much appreciated, Cynthia!

  • Mark Rettman

    so lovely….

    • IreneOGarden

      As is your heart, my dear–

  • Scott

    October light through stained glass leaves so beautifully welcome this glowing autumn.

    • IreneOGarden

      Warm thanks, dear boy–

  • Jorie

    You always find gold! And you always share it so generously. Exquisite image and words…thank you!

    • IreneOGarden

      Thank you, Sunshine!

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