Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Awake awake, Spring is here

Awake,awake little green shoot child
Awake to greet the Spring
You have been deep asleep within Mother Earth
You have been gathering all the minerals and energies needed for new growth
Push up,break through Mother Earths solid mantel
Now it is time to greet the Spring
Breathe in the fresh, clean air
Sway in her gentle breezes
Taste the light Spring rain
Feel the warmth of the Spring sun on your face
Awake, awake little green shoot child
Awake to greet the spring

Oh the joy being felt in New Zealand now, as the season of Spring appears.

Love and light Marie


  1. As New York is readying for a long winter, and the bright greens turn to yellow, orange, and red it is wonderful to feel the excitement of spring through your blog. :)

  2. Your creations are so beautiful, natural and inspiring.

  3. Beautiful and I love their roots.

  4. Gorgeous! I love their little roots!

  5. They're gorgeous - just like the little shoots we have popping up in the garden too :-)

  6. I love your poem Marie. Spring is certainly here! I love the little roots!:-)

  7. Ahh, so sweet! It's funny to think that you are going into Spring, while here in the UK, Autumn blew in quite violently yesterday!
    My boyfriend is from NZ, and always says how nice it was there in the Spring!

  8. Precious and beautiful. A photo of your creations with your poems could be made into a beautiful children's book.

  9. Dear Marie,
    your little green shoot childs are so beautiful, yes, I can feel your springtime.
    Thank you so much.
    Have a good time.
    Love and light Claudia

  10. These are so very sweet, Marie!!! Enjoy your beautiful Spring weather - it is turning to Fall here. :)

  11. Love these little green shoot children :)

  12. I really love the prose you post with your work. It sets the tone and atmosphere and meshes so well with the photos of your work.

    I love the earthiness of this creation, the way the tendrils form part of the figure but are also reaching towards the earth.

  13. O, I wish spring was here in Holland too! Here we have autumn, I guess that's also a lovely season. Your words made me think about how babies are born from their mother. Love this creation! Love, Barbara