Snowflakes in February

A woman passed me in the park. Her daughter walked … no, she jumped and danced behind her mother with a red toboggan.
I nearly woke you up last night, when it started to snow, said the mother. She laughed and turned her head towards the child, who smiled happily.
A mother who loves to play, isn’t the worst thing you could wish for as a child 🙂

I counted till they danced so
Their slippers leaped the town,
And then I took a pencil
To note the rebels down.
And then they grew so jolly
I did resign the prig,
And ten of my once stately toes
Are marshalled for a jig!

– Snowflakes by Emily Dickinson

The Arrow and the Song

I shot an arrow into the air,
It fell to earth, I knew not where;
For, so swiftly it flew, the sight
Could not follow it in its flight.

I breathed a song into the air,
It fell to earth, I knew not where;
For who has sight so keen and strong,
That it can follow the flight of song?

Long, long afterward, in an oak
I found the arrow, still unbroke;
And the song, from beginning to end,
I found again in the heart of a friend.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow


A Bit Shaken But Not Stirred

For a start it was like any other walk I’ve been on but then I came down to the lake.
Once it was a necessity to pull off shoes and socks on this side of the lake when strong wind came in from west.
I don’t need it today because the new bridge is raised half a meter above previous level.
Sometimes it’s nice with challenges, but today I’m happy to keep my shoes on.
The temperature is just above freezing, and the wind is 15 to 20 m/s.
Maybe my pictures got blurred but then you know why. I was a bit shaken but not stirred.
When you shake a Martini small fragments of ice are floating on top and that’s exactly how I felt when I left the lake behind me. Chilled to the bone.

The Winter Sea

The birds are gone, The ground is white,
The winds are wild, They chill and bite;
The ground is thick with slush and sleet,
And I barely feel my feet.

Winter Poems

A day in January


Today is February 2 and today is the Candlemas Day. This means that half of the winter has elapsed.
In the old days the pawn must have half the feed and grain for bread at Candlemas.
If the sun shines clear on Candlemas Day, a lot of snow will come. No snow in my own weather forecast, my image is an archive picture.
According to my calender the hedgehog is in deep winter sleep with a body temperature of 2-6 degrees.
Happy Light Light Celebration to all of you ❤


I dag er det den 2. februar, og i dag er det Kyndelmissedag. Det betyder, at halvdelen af vinteren er gået.
I gamle dage skulle bonden have halvdelen af foder og korn til brød på Kyndelmissedag .
Hvis solen skinner klart på Kyndelmissedag, vil der komme en masse sne. Ingen sne i min egen vejrudsigt, mit billede er et arkiv billede.
Ifølge min kalender er pindsvinet i dyb vinter søvn med en kropstemperatur på 2-6 grader.
Lad os fejre lyset. Rigtig god lysfest ❤