Snowy Ventures


musings of nature

flurries hurry hither yon

amusing motions


This week’s event is to write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less using the word hurry. Held weekly at Patricia’s Place


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21 replies

  1. What a great capture. Wow.

    Have a fabulous day, Eugenia. ♥

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  2. Lovely poem.. and love the flurries of snow falling on your blog also Eugenia..
    I hope you have beautiful festive season of fun my friend..
    Enjoy and much love your way ❤

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  3. That’s amazingly beautiful!! 🙂

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  4. Namaste Eugenia 😀

    Oh my! He’s a beautiful big-cat…can I keep him!? Please! 🙂 lol A wonderful photograph to fixate the eye and stir the emotions a little more.

    Distilled to perfection, your Haiku is a real treat to sit and ponder – much like the snow my thoughts shift, drift, flurry and scurry, always in a hurry, for want of the next abstraction. Indeed, ‘Amusing motions,’ – nature’s symphony.

    Thank you for sharing your inspiration.

    Namaste 🙂


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    • You flatter me, Dewin. I so enjoy your delightful comments. 🙂 Yes, I love cats, big and small! He is a majestic animal.

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      • Tis true Eugenia, your Haiku was a mindful potion that had my notions in motion until the last wordy plosion 🙂

        Snow Leopard’s get my vote as King of the Big Cats – Panthera Unica – native to Central and South Asia – unique, highly adapted, elusive mountain dwelling mammals, they are also the apex symbol in the Buddhist pantheon.Sadly an endangered mammal, they survive as a protected species in declining numbers through the efforts of conservation. I adore them and would relish the opportunity to see them in their natural environment. One of my favourite reads is The Snow Leopard by Peter Matthiessen, which I would thoroughly recommend adding to a Christmas wish-list 🙂

        I shall look forward to your next post on the run-up to the big-day! Have a wonderful afternoon.

        Namaste 🙂


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  5. The photo is perfect for the poem. Even when nature seems in a hurry it is deliberate in its motion. Thanks for sharing your poem.

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