Definition

One must make a distinction however: when dragged into prominence by half poets, the result is not poetry, nor till the autocrats among us can be “literalists of the imagination”—above insolence and triviality and can present for inspection, imaginary gardens with real toads in them, shall we have it.

Friday, March 7, 2014

Transforming Friday with Natures Wonders

Hello my hopping, soon to be, spelunking friends!!

It's Hannah with your inspirational Natural Wonder to jazz up you Friday muse!!

The place:  Naica Mine, Mexico

Here's an introduction via a Discovery special featuring the crystal caves...one of them is called the Cave of Swords (SpanishCueva de las Espadas). 

Watch as little or as much of this as you like. I find the story quite intriguing. :)



(wiki:Attribution: Rob Lavinsky, iRocks.com – CC-BY-SA-3.0)

(wiki: Attribution: Rob Lavinsky, iRocks.com – CC-BY-SA-3.0)


Poets, feel free to address any angle of this place and topic as you wish.

Please offer a new creation and be kind, visit a few of your friendly poet neighbor's crystal formations, too.

Thank you so much for playing along! 

Happy writing and a peaceful weekend to all!






14 comments:

Sherry Blue Sky said...

YAY! My heart leapt when I saw "transforming Friday" on my blogroll! I love your prompts which take me to my favorite place - the natural world. I so love crystals.....saw a fantastic amythyst on someone's blog yesterday - hmmm....was it yours? That I would give a considerable amount (if I had it) to possess:)

Mama Zen said...

Mine's a little goofy!

Sherry Blue Sky said...

I guess it's a miracle people havent gone into these caves and stripped them of their crystals already! Am happy to see they have scientists there studying and, hopefully, preserving them as is.

Ella said...

Oh, this is gorgeous! Off to gather insight, once I get the glue off my fingers-
Happy Friday Toads!

De said...

As usual, Hannah, you SHINE. Thanks for the awesome prompt this morning.

Kerry O'Connor said...

What a fascinating environment.

Hannah said...

Awww...thank you, De!!

Happy day! So glad to see you, poets!!

I look forward to your words and poetic hearts!

I'm going to be creating a piece of jewelry with a beautiful amethyst pendant and some fire agate...a gift!! Be round to read soon! xo

Jim said...

Thank you, Hannah ~~ Who'd a thunk you too would like a rock!

I do pick up rocks from some of the places I've been. I even have a large coconut from Hawaii that is now a door stopper. Some I remember, others I can't. I should have labeled them.
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Grace said...

Interesting Hannah ~ Thanks for featuring this natural wonder ~

I will see what words will come ~
Happy Friday ~

Susan said...

I love your prompts, Hannah. I have a short one today, that I am already wishing I had put active volcanoes in. Oh Well. Next time. I'll be out of town and out of touch for the next 30 hours or so. I'll check in on Sunday to enjoy everyone's poetry.

ramblingsfromamum said...

First time here. Mine is…well perhaps a little eerie, but this is where the picture took me.

ramblingsfromamum said...

First time here. Mine is…well perhaps a little eerie, but this is where the picture took me.

Hannah said...

Thank you to everyone that took the time to participate in this challenge. :)

Susie Clevenger said...

Sorry I am late Hannah...thanks for the wonderful challenge!!