46 comments on “Words in the Snow

  1. gabychops says:

    J have to admit that I rather like your little poems, shining like little jewels, this time of year, in the snow.

    Thank you, Benjamin.


  2. Lia says:

    Benjamin! You are back… missed you and your poetry. Hope you had a good Christmas. This is so so beautiful… new, fresh, nature-creative… wow…. lovely ❄️🔆🌱

    • Thanks. The holidays have been good. I hope you have had the same. I can only take so much credit for this one. Sometimes the ideas just come from above and beyond ourselves! But thanks for the good words you left.

      • Lia says:

        I so get what you mean by that (the credit thing)… truly. Has been very stilting for me lately actually… many suppressed poems due to not knowing if or how to give credit, for something that seems intangible to begin with… real though the inspiration is. Thanks for the kind reply :))

      • Most of the credit is with the artist, of course. Though many say it’s only a higher power (even prominent artists might say this). Inspiration come and goes. Idea, too. This idea came from the twin or better half of myself, the words from the ether of creativity. Thanks again. And you’re welcome!

      • Lia says:

        Perfect way of putting it… perfect. 💛

  3. That’s beautiful. I hope someone found your snow poem before it disappeared. 🙂

  4. V.J. Knutson says:

    Interesting photo – demonstrating that poetry is to be found in all condtions.

  5. yassy says:

    You are a gifted one. This verse is fluidly flawless.

  6. Beautiful just like the fresh bloom Ben. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!!

  7. Lovely. It clings to mind at once. 👍☺️

  8. As you said Benjamin, and you know I know what you are saying, “sometimes the ideas come from above and beyond” oh yes, but you pulled down a compact diamond, that sparkles on the snow:) I love it! (could you tell?:)

    • Thank you, Karima. Yes, they come from above and beyond and sometimes you might even find them in another. And I do think I see what you’re saying, but I didn’t notice it before. Your presence if always appreciate here. Do have a lovely start to your week!

  9. wardah says:

    Love the writing in the snow, with the footprints. A beautiful poem, as always!

  10. Secrets says:

    Oh I love the creativity of your snow writing Ben and your poem… Is delightful too 💜

  11. Beautiful poetry! It would be great if you guys could check out my page! Specifically my short stories. I’m still kinda of new here and I’m trying to grow it!

  12. Perfect canvas for that ♥️

  13. scifihammy says:

    So different – lovely. 🙂

  14. That flower is indeed a unique and eerie one… 💝

  15. It’s eerie in the most beautiful way 😊

  16. Kritika says:

    The impact of the words on snow is beautiful.

  17. A. Rinum says:

    This was beautiful! It made me smile… that’s what true love is 🙂

  18. Msdedeng says:

    You have an excellent imagination, probably driven by pure emotions and contentedness. This is beautiful. 🙂

  19. Dog paws😍❤
    Love this one
    Also you write good😊

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