As you can see from the post title, this is my sixth poem inspired by a blogger’s photo. I love the water, pictures of water and the sound of water crashing against rocks, rolling along in its creek bank or the waves in the ocean. It is therapeutic and soothing.
This photo is one of many on Leanne Cole’s blog. If you love water shots as much as I do, you should stop by and take a look. Even if you’re not an avid water lover, these pictures are sure to amaze.
I titled the poem after the title of Leanne’s blog post. Clicking the images will take you to that post.
In pictures of water moving still
A photographer’s camera got its fill
Such sights to behold in a gallery untold
Til you see pic after pic unfold
See the beauty, feel the peace
In these pictures they unleash
As fine as a violinists’ strings
The peace and calm each shot brings
You can almost hear the sound
Traveling water as it keeps its bound
A rock springs for air, I think not
You have to admit though, a great shot
As the rain cleanses after its fall
So do these pics, to me after all
I wear this feeling, without frown
Of the water in each washing down