Thursday, January 12, 2012

The Frozen Lakes by Edwina Reizer

 The lakes are frozen again.
They look like silver glass.
The cold winds from the north do blow
and another winter must pass.
The life that's under this wintry scene
conserves its energy.
It awaits the warmer approach of spring
to lift this canopy.
And when it feels the crackling ice
and the warmth of the sun
it will rise to the surface in its annual search
for food to overcome
the stillness it's known in the deepest water
that now seems to be done.
Life returns to the lakes again
as the ice does disappear.
The water comes alive again
and once again we hear
its life.


Anonymous said...

Wow that's gorgeous!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Beautiful poem perfectly illustrated. Almost (but not quite) enough to make me long for cold weather. The slide strip on the right is fabulous -- glad I found you.

Maude Lynn said...

Wonderful capture!

Jeannelle said...

Gorgeous! Happy SWF!

Sylvia K said...

What a gorgeous moon! Terrific capture and the perfect words to match! Hope you have a great weekend!


Lea's Menagerie said...

Wonderful moonbeam across the water!
Happy Sky Watch friday!

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Love that moon reflection on the water. Excellent shot!

FarmChik said...

With a moon that warm and full, the picture doesn't seem cold at all, although you say the lake is frozen. Beautiful shot - thanks for sharing it with us! Happy SWF.

Sanna said...

Lovely photo. I like the golden trail reflection on the ice.

Have a nice weekend =)

Kathie Brown said...

Mezmerising photo. I have not heard of this poet. Very nice.

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