Tuesday, April 3, 2012

The Gentlest Mother beckoned to me today...


Nature -- the Gentlest Mother is,
Impatient of no Child --
The feeblest -- or the waywardest --
Her Admonition mild -- 

In Forest -- and the Hill --

By Traveller -- be heard --

Restraining Rampant Squirrel --
Or too impetuous Bird --



How fair Her Conversation --
A Summer Afternoon --
Her Household -- Her Assembly --
And when the Sun go down --


Her Voice among the Aisles
Incite the timid prayer
Of the minutest Cricket --
The most unworthy Flower --


When all the Children sleep --
She turns as long away
As will suffice to light Her lamps --
Then bending from the Sky --














  


With infinite Affection --
And infiniter Care --
Her Golden finger on Her lip --
Wills Silence -- Everywhere --


Nature- the Gentlest Mother is, by Emily Dickinson

Thank you for stopping by to see the views from my porch this glorious spring day...
Linsey



18 comments:

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Oh Linsey.

Sigh.

Breathtaking.

That was absolutely beautiful - and the birdsong as well, so lovely!

Anne said...

Beautiful photos.What a lovely day.And a sweet statue too.
Anne

Shabby chic Sandy said...

I love this post--usually don't like sound to my posts but loved this bird chirping. How sweet and relaxing. Thanks for sharing!

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Love the blooms. Your photos are beautiful.

Myplace4tea said...

...How lovely... this is so beautiful... love the sound of the birds as well.

Thank you for sharing Linsey.
Have a blissful day.

Angela

chateau chic said...

You captured so well the beauty of Mother Nature.
Mary Alice

Kim @ La Belle Époque said...

Well done, Linsey! Thanks for this post!

Revi said...

Your garden is looking great! Love the sweet potato vine. :)
-Revi

FRENCH LAUNDRY said...

How pretty! Don't you love spring?

Hugs and Happy White Wednesday,
Judy

Debbie Booth said...

Beautiful pictures. Makes me feel spring inside my living room! Hhahaha...what a lovely blog you have and your pictures are wonderful!
Happy Easter,
Debbie

Erin said...

What gorgeous photos, Linsey! And I've never heard this poem but I love it. So happy Spring is here!

Take care,
Erin
Carolina Country Living

Cottage and Broome said...

I always love seeing everyones booms, wonderful! Thanks for stopping by, Laura

Anita @ Cedar Hill Ranch said...

You have a lovely view Linsey. I would hobble over there if I could!!

Collected Treasures...for the home, heart and soul said...

Absolute beauty....Mother Nature has a way of putting everything else in perspective....and Emily Dickinson.....my very favorite poet of all time.....enjoyed your post very much!
xojana

Isabelle Thornton said...

Georgeous!
Following you back!
I will come link on Monday! I also have a link party on Monday.The French obsession and would love if you link anything French inspired. Old or new post.
Bisous
Isabelle

Special 'K' said...

Thank you for sharing, I so wish I had such precious blooms to showcase. Happy Easter, take care and enjoy! Cheers SpecialK XoXo

Rosewalk Cottage said...

lovely post and sweet bird song. Thank you for sharing.
~Clara

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