Wednesday, May 18, 2011


Spring connives
With Mother Nature
To drape the land
In forest green
Gracing hills
With trees
So lean
And full
Standing tall
As Shady sentries
Guarding earth
Our rebirth.

© 2011 by Jacob Anson.  All Rights Reserved
Photo courtesy of Brattcat


brattcat said...

A wonderful post, Jacob! Thank you!

Cezar and Léia said...

Oh Jacob, it's beautiful!
I'm always enchanted by your beautiful words, you are so talented!
It's a gift!
And the picture by Brattcat is adorable!

Jacob said...

Thank you, Brattcat and Leia! You're very kind!

Juergen Kuehn said...

Dear Friend,
thank you for visiting the ADVERSUS blog. But it's a test-install it for my friend Caja and the poetry is hers. You're right, her poems are so beautiful.
After I'm back in Germany I'll finish this test-blog.
With kind regards from Batavia,NY

Charlene said...

Lovely poem, and that photo reminds me of houses in he hills of Owen County Kentucky where my people are from.

Jyoti Mishra said...

beautifully expressed !!!
loved it

stardust said...

Fantastic! I can imagine fresh green growing and spreading with the assist of spring sunlight. You have a way with words! I might be sometimes able to convey poetic thoughts in my writing but I can’t write a poem in the way you created.