Sunday, March 13, 2011



a world of grief and pain
even when cherry blossoms
have bloomed

17 comments:

Lynn said...

I extend a hand in shared grief!
Lovely lovely flowers that make me think of Japan always.

Nancy said...

beautiful photo, a sad time, but hope is forever renewed. my prayers and thoughts go out across the waters.

sukipoet said...

a lovely post. my prayers go out.

Elizabeth said...

the news keeps coming and coming -- and there seems to be nothing that we can do but pray and think about it --

Deb Harvey said...

Beautiful post. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone going through this very difficult time.

Halle said...

Beautiful photos, words and thought...

Amy said...

Deb's right. That IS a beautiful post.
Xx,
Amy

Anonymous said...

THE PERFECT COMPLEMENT FOR A MAJOR TRAGEDY...BEAUTIY IN FACE OF CHAOS.

Nathalie Thompson said...

Poetically expressed.
A beautiful post.

Terri Kahrs said...

Beauty exists even after such unimaginable horror. Sometimes words are so inadequate. Your simple branch says it all . . . . Hugs & Blessings, Terri xoxox

dosfishes said...

So poignant, thanks for sharing this view of what is going on. xox Corrine

lynda Howells said...

it is hard sometimes when there is so much grieve, to understand why the flowers are blooming and the world is still turningxxmy thoughts are with Japan and all the other places having so much painx lynda
ps lovely imagexlynda

S. Etole said...

this expresses it so well ...

ELK said...

yes . nature does that . stunning shot

~*~Patty S said...

yes
it's
true
Kimmie

I admire you for finding words...
oxo

*jean* said...

xo

kate hopper said...

Kimmie, thank you for visiting Mother Words today! I'm so happy to know about your gorgeous blog. I'll be back!