12 comments on ““Might I Behold You More Intently”

    • Hello Kathleen, thank you for your lovely visit, my friend! I am uplifted to know the final lines of this piece have been lived in your home today. Oh to have more warm, sunny February days! Warm regards, Dee

  1. I love this, Dee.  Again I feel the pulse of hope and renewal yet for me this is more of a love song.Thank you, winter indeed can be so inspiring.Keep ’em coming,_Rhenee From: “lilies, sparrows and grass” To: rblanc2@yahoo.com Sent: Saturday, February 7, 2015 2:20 PM Subject: [New post] “Might I Behold You More Intently” #yiv2313419335 a:hover {color:red;}#yiv2313419335 a {text-decoration:none;color:#0088cc;}#yiv2313419335 a.yiv2313419335primaryactionlink:link, #yiv2313419335 a.yiv2313419335primaryactionlink:visited {background-color:#2585B2;color:#fff;}#yiv2313419335 a.yiv2313419335primaryactionlink:hover, #yiv2313419335 a.yiv2313419335primaryactionlink:active {background-color:#11729E;color:#fff;}#yiv2313419335 WordPress.com | liliessparrowsandgrass posted: “Might I behold you more intentlyin rapid strides of summertimewhen the wine flows endlessfrom the purple vinesand fertile trees,pastel flowersbeckonto plentiful pastures  —Now,in the dregs of February windswhen the wine turns t” | |

    • Dear Sandy, so good to see you! Thank you for the succinct encapsulation of this piece — “images of feast and famine, and the reminder of the valuable in lean times”. So wonderfully said, it made me smile.

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