Zunday Zen … Pendulousness

In my Garden, Musings, Nature, Photography, Poetry, Zunday Zen

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Dangling by a thread
in between heaven and earth
one leaf’s final dance.

One afternoon late last fall in the garden I noticed this maple leaf hanging from a spider’s thread. A light breeze kept the leaf dancing in circles until a strong gust of wind broke the thread and the leaf pirouetted to the ground.

Have a Zen Sunday!


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My passions in life are vegetarian cooking, gardening, photography, writing, good books, traveling and nature. Thanks for stopping by, Sabine

15 thoughts on “Zunday Zen … Pendulousness”

  1. Very beautiful little tale Sabine – while I don’t care for spiders, I am always intrigued by the beauty and durability of their webs. I one time watched a spider lure a fly into its web and then spin a cocoon around it and I found myself fascinated with the entire process.

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