While staying at Brother #3's Montana home, the dawning day's sky drew me outside. Dressed in a hoodie, brother's shoes, and my PJ'S, I was glad the only other creatures stirring were some quail and deer!
- Pat R.
"...Tell me how far the morning leaps—Tell me what time the weaver sleeps
Who spun the breadth of blue!..."
- from Bring Me The Sunset In A Cup by Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)
Two talented girls in your family:) I love the snippet of poem you shared, esp. after just having come in from enjoying the sunrise here:) The Weaver thrills spectator tirelessly!ReplyDelete
We do manage to have our fair share of fun!Delete
& yes, I loved the Weaver image!
:) it was the inspiration for today's poem...for some reason blogger posts my posts anywhere from 4- 12 hrs. after I post them so any reader who reads from their dashboard likely gets my morning poems in the evening...oh well:)Delete
By the way, loved The Weaver's Song post, incl bonus prayer-poem!ReplyDelete