Monday, April 4, 2011

Cry of the Leaf 哭叶 ...



Cry of the leaf 哭叶 ...

Did you hear the leaf cry ...
The cry of the leaf makes me sad when photographing it ...

It wanted to tell me something,
but my limited senses were not able to grasp its feelings ...

Think again,
even if we understand the words between human beings,
we sometimes chose not to listen ...


18 comments:

Victor said...

very, very touching... sometimes we don't understand even the words and meaning of humans... what to say about understanding nature's language...
please have a great week

Bob Bushell said...

I feel the same way as does the leaf.

Olga Ricci said...

Bellísima!
Saludos!

Gonçalo said...

Congratulations! Nice picture :)

Luz said...

Que hermosa foto muy poetica!

Esmeralda said...

Preciosa foto.
Sensible y poético pie.
Saludos

MIMOSA said...

Speaks in his crackling in the wind, when it receives the drops of rain, says more than many humans.
A hug

Erika said...

I was right when I thought you taught Literature! You are a romantic poet, dear engineer Wong!
Have a nice week.
I was forgetting to tell you that your picture is wonderful.

Olga said...

I hope that everything is OK with you,Wong. Very beautiful and a little bit sad photo.

Traveling Hawk said...

So right and so sad, Wong!

Cloudia said...

哭叶 ...




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Theanne and Baron said...

Sad but true!

Magmark said...

Beautiful :)

Ángel said...

Ternura, suavidad, delicadeza.
Cordiales saludos

Betty Manousos@ CUT AND DRY said...

Very poetic title.

Sad post but so true, and an exceptional photo, as usual.

Happy Monday!

UIFPW08 said...

The particular always makes a difference and where we can listen
Hi Wong
Morris

Costea said...

Impressive macro.

Sandra Lage said...

Wong,

True...Sad...

Greetings,

Sandra