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Jérôme Michaud-Larivière Engineer and founder of the company New wind, 26 feet tall trees having wind turbines in the form of leafs. They silently produces the energy by with low wind also.
My attempt to describe a part of nature symbolizing human life as well. The life cycle of a leaf, from birth till death, and the symbolism of it towards human life.
My husband and I are always looking for ways to live a greener life. Recently the topic turned to cars. It is nice to know that the cost of purchasing a green car is now comparable to that of a combustible engine car.
"In the stillness of the wind and time, I came to reminisce the memories of days gone by and though that she may be in the past, she will always be my only one love that's true.."
Normally Katydids are in natural green in colour, which moves and collect food from the leafs. Now we can find Pink Katydids
Some new one has compared life to a leaf My version is this...
The poem is a comparison between the life of a leaf and that of a human being.
My poem " [link=]Kid, stand on your own [/link] " was published on 06-Mar-2011. Now, I'm surprised to see that this poem has been receiving many views per day recently.
A haiku having a mirror affect, or two sides like wings which can be read separately or as a coherent whole.
Two contrasting seasons bring the same inner peace to my woodland home as night approaches...
I found in an old New England cemetery the broken remains of a long forgotten gravestone and wrote this poem as a result...
Home is more than a place....It is the warmth of a season's sweet memories and the valentine of longings that fill our hearts.
I wrote this poem for my two kids. They have grown up but they care little to read my poetry. I know one day they will appreciate my feelings. Please write your comments. I want to know whether the kids are same around the world, when they are born and as they grow up.
I have tried a simple recipe with the combination of three different types of leaves. Just try this, you too will like it.
A short Haiku Poem, where just a few words can yield a thousand images
This an experimental poem with multiple rhyming words coming one over the other in the next line in every stanza. Every stanza conveys a philosophical message.
Sometimes, we feel out of place. Like the red leaf among the green limb..
Southern cooking is not always about adding pork, it is about the cooking process. This pot of collard greens is downright delicious, as a vegetarian dish.
Here is the heart echo of the leaf from a maple tree.
Life is too short and it is painful though I have no choice but to live with it and enjoy it before retirement comes.
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