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    dots Submission Name: Anatomy of an Icicledots

    Author: dear
    Elite Ratio:    2.9 - 8/16/19
    Words: 128
    Class/Type: Misc/Nature
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    dotsAnatomy of an Icicledots

    Nature brings about little things,
    to keep us beings in wonder.
    Tiny muses left like secret trinkets,
    to be spotted in our own gardens.
    But with this life quickly passing by,
    how could we not see these as momentary?
    These treasures crafted by the elements,
    are our reminders that warn us:
    Slow down! Don't live too fast!
    Slow down! Before your life is past!
    But with the buzzing that fills our ears,
    it is hard to hear these frail signals.
    And with our eyes filled of electronic glare,
    it is hard to see these faint pleas.
    But nature is embracing and forgiving,
    leaving gifts in even harsh winters.
    Minute bubbles trapped inside ice,
    what a wonder, what a sight.
    The random and intriguing,
    so this is the meaning.

    Submitted on 2009-01-30 10:55:27     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      i really liked this as well as the picture that accompanied it. i love nature, but when it comes to winter, it's a love-hate relationship. everything is covered beautifully but its so cold! Anyway, icicles certainly are part of that relationship. they are very simple, yet very peculiar. i like simple subject matters like this. nice write :)
    | Posted on 2009-01-31 00:00:00 | by birdy5005 | [ Reply to This ]

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