Poetry and Pictures - Weather
Russian landscape painter Isaac Levitan (1860-1900) painted Evening on the Volga with large stratocumulus clouds above the calm river. Levitan was born in Lithuania and his family moved to Moscow, Russia where he learned to paint landscapes filled with emotion.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. But just what words?
We'd like to invite you to submit your own poem
about this month's featured Weather image. Be as creative and expressive as you can!
And check back next month to write another wonderful poem about a weather image.
More Poems about This Image
by Sally, age 68, England
by Keyaria, age 15, Alabama/U.S.A
Wolga à l'heure bleue (Volga in the blue hour)
by Jürg, age 56, Bächau, Switzerland
by Jeanne Fiedler, age 56', Twp. of Washington, NJ
by meredith, age 10, georgia
by Belen, age 13, New Mexico
by Sally Plumb, age 68, England
The year grows old.
Trees are bare.
No flowers fair do bloom.
The day it's dark.
And night fires spark.
The stream is frozen.
Winter's chosen cold and bitter.
published by "Decanto"