Poetry Friday: Snow Trees

Poetry goodness can be found at Writing the World for Kids. Thank you, Laura. This photo was taken on my walk the other morning after there had been a dusting of snow.

snow

trees

breathing

poetry

on a frosty day

inhaling and exhaling words

©jone rush macculloch

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5 Responses to Poetry Friday: Snow Trees

  1. I love the idea of the tree “inhaling and exhaling words” it’s calm and center’s one. Gorgeous tree with curving branches, and the dusting of rose on the horizon draws you in, thanks Jone!

  2. Hollie Dagata says:

    Wow! Love it!

  3. Very nice, Jone! Looks like we both have “snow trees” on our minds today. 😉

  4. Gail Aldous says:

    Jone, I love this! “Breathing poetry” and “inhaling and exhaling words” are great personification and imagery! I love your idea of snow and tree doing these activities! I love the structure, too! This poem is going to stay in my mind a LONG time! I hope your going to publish this one! Perfect for children,teens, or adults!

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