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A crystal bowl,
Tuesday, February 02, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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What a sight for frosty eyes.


Feathery breasts, rich deep orange, ochre’s and browns,
among the frosted branches and black shrivelled cherries,
A cafeteria, frocked guest’s chatter,
Long arched bows and entrance,
across the frosty blue touched rocks, a bridge,
rushing waters, among its path of snow;
a path between worlds,
of twilights, beginning and end,
The crystal bowl of future times,
will it be today, tomorrow noon?
I know, it will be soon,
The robins are back here,
I know that spring is near©02/02/2010
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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/3/2010
Ah yes, Jamin. The robin; that yearly and unfailing harbinger of the gentler season. I heard the first robin here as well a few days ago. Thank you, friend. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 2/2/2010
Jasmin! Have you been into the magic barrel??? It's the 2nd past January and you got robins??? need to go see your global warming specialist. Patrick
Reviewed by John Flanagan 2/2/2010
just a glorious cafeteria, Jasmin, rich is naturalness.

Reviewed by E T Waldron 2/2/2010
how sweet it is ,these signals of spring you share
so beautifully,dear Jasmin! Thank you!
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 2/2/2010
Awwww, how gracefully you bring spring into view, wrapping around the love of all animal friends...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 2/2/2010
Such gorgeous images Jasmin, a pleasure to read.
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 2/2/2010
BEAUTIFUL POEM!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 2/2/2010
We have a couple around our balcony which know when we are having breakfast because they are here like a clockwork for bread crumbs, seeds and water on a snow covered table for two. But their breast feather color is more reddish than orange.


Reviewed by Mr. Ed 2/2/2010
a path between worlds

You have robins already? Wow. Maybe Spring will be very early this year.

PS: My Woodchuck says it will be an early Spring, too.

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