59 thoughts on “Kaleidoscopic Blues

  1. Observing each image whilst imagining kaleidoscope movements on each brings an exciting perception to each. Such a descriptive verse, Tim. Well written, sir.

  2. Those are very beautiful images and words, and though I am partial to clouds, I especially love the grass seed heads framing the tree. Those images invoke a sense of peace, too.

    • We had some rain last night. I can’t say how purple it was, but there was enough to get the cats wet. Thanks, Brian.

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