electric blue

POTBROKEN
thank you
thomas edison
for the gift of electricity
wild Texas spring storms knocked down
trees and branches, flower pots and power lines
I will catch up with the blog world when life is once again stable

19 comments:

Susie said...

What beautiful colors ... you find such beauty even in the broken things of life.

Oliag said...

...hope all are safe...Love the beauty in the broken pots...

Gayle said...

Glad to hear you and your family is okay. Poor broken pot, it's still pretty though!

Relyn said...

Oh. Oh my! This one is a masterpiece. Yes, a real masterpiece.

Liss said...

Sorry about the broken pot. It still looks beautiful even if it is no longer useful. Keep safe.

SE'LAH... said...

hope you are safe and well out there. sending positive vibes your way...and lots of love.

Aj said...

broken but you make it to be stunning! your work never failed my expectations.. love it!!!!

just always keep safe..

beth said...

hope all is going okay....thinking of you!

Christina said...

Be well. And let us know you are okay.
xo

spread your wings said...

i hope you all are ok. you made this broken piece look like a work of art.

Char said...

hope all is well and hurry back when you can. xo

Busymomma66 said...

I love how you saw that the beauty was not lost even though it was broken. True seeing!

Barefoot from Heaven said...

Fragments bring good luck. So you might hold on to that pot. Give it a nice display like here.
Be save and well.

Mrs. E said...

Not the pretty blue pot! (I think you could make anything look good through the lens of your camera!)

Judy said...

I hope all is well and you are safe. Thinking of you.

julochka said...

wow, you make broken pots look beautiful! hope the storms have passed. :-)

Meri said...

The blue shawl of dawn. A frigid lake on a clear day. My father's eyes, passed on through some genetic chain to my oldest son and to his son. Oh yeah, the blues.

joanne said...

in the brokenness there is so much beauty... through the cracks the light shines through...

Toni said...

Weather is a reminder that we are not the ones in charge. This broken pot makes for a lovely sculpture and would be really cool as a light shade for a wall sconce, with the light directed out the top and through the cracks.