Friday, February 28, 2014

People and Puppies

A    L    O    H    A  !
 Undulating Roots & Yearning Branches

"Trees that are
 slow to grow
 bear the best fruit."  

Moliere






 Jungle Clearing Glimmer Over There

" Flowers bring 
to a liberall and gentlemanly minde 
the remembrance of honestie,
 comelinesse and 
all kindes of virtues. " 

John Gerard











 Tiny Dancer

" Little flower - but 
if 
I could understand, 
what you are, 
root and all
 in all,
 I should know 
what God 
and man is. "

Alfred, Lord Tennyson









Reflected Glory

"Wherever 
you stand 
be the soul 
of that place."


Rumi



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People & Puppies
always mean well
their hearts are pure
even when they growl.

People & Puppies
only need love
to learn to Be With
instead of a shove.

People & Puppies
look into their eyes
some show joy,
 some pain, or
Well Being.
Life they've lived
is what you're seeing
longing for love,
resolution
and Healing.

When you look
in the eyes
of Puppies & People
Honor what you see there
make That
your Cathedral.

Your Visit- 
Your Comment-
Thanks SO Much!
                       warmly, cloudia

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Stunning photos to wake up with! Pups are charming and innocent. Peek into the Bark Post website for grins and woofs.
DrumMajor

PerthDailyPhoto said...

We have a new puppy in the family, I'm looking forward to meeting her and looking into her eyes :) Have a groovy weekend Cloudia..

Hilary said...

Lovely post, Cloudia. That tree in the first pic is just gorgeous. And its "bark" ties in with the puppy theme. ;)

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful trees and blooms. lovely!

eViL pOp TaRt said...

Puppies rapidly relax the viewer; cause them to look more softly at other living things. Even baby rats or gerbils!

Only clowns are the exception!

Karen S. said...

Ah yes, puppy and love, makes my heart sing.

Cloudia said...

Sweet! Thanks, friends

Hattie said...

Lovely. Pray that the vog lets up and enjoy your weekend!

Cloudia said...

Thanks, Hattie - you too

Elephant's Child said...

Thank you for a peaceful and beautiful interlude.

William Kendall said...

That second shot is particularly striking!