At dawn an unbroken
delicate, like this day,
About Susan L Daniels
I am a firm believer that politics are personal, that faith is expressed through action, and that life is something that must be loved and lived authentically--or why bother with any of it?
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This is stunning, Susan. I love to see those webs when they are full of dew and back-lit by the sun.
Oh, me too, Victoria. The spiders themselves (EEK–scared of them), but the wesd are so beautiful.
i found those dew-soaked webs so mesmerizingly beautiful… very cool image….i could see it sparkle..
I. Love. This. Trying not to snap creation(s)!
Thank you, Susan.
nice…i like how you linked yours
the spiderwebs first thing in the morning
are cool…like a bit of spider art….
i love how you’ve strung beauty and vulnerability of Nature….
Thank you, Susanna.
delicate, like this day… I like how you link nature to emotion
Thanks so much, Ray. A form this delicate needed something fine-brushed 😉
The spider webs are beautiful but the different way to interpret the second one is stunning
Thanks so much, Bjorn.
“Stunning”, I agree–and the ending resonates with me, as some days are so easily “snapped”.
Oh, yes. Some days break very easily.
With so few words you make me think in images. Lovely!
Thank you, CC!
Spiders’ webs with those jewels of dew… fragile, delicate – some of my favourite things in nature. Lovely.
Thanks, mine too 😉
I love the use of spiders, then snapping at the end just pops ~ Short & powerful verses Susan ~
Spiders are the most fragile creatures of our planet.
I love your style here and the message. 🙂
Great metaphor. I felt the “snap”.
witty..spiderwebs really are amazing unbroken
As all say, the first is amazing and the second is genius!
..that unbroken cobweb tilus is too special… thank you Susan… smiles…
I like how they work together and can stand alone.
love how you spun these together – beautiful image! K
I loved the spider….. Susan….I missed the linky :(( I have published mine in my blog:))
That was great, another new type of style of poem I haven´t read yet, thanks for sharing.
How true this is on so many levels. Nicely done, Susan. 🙂