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Merle Hazard


snow, like a soft veil,
falls from a windless heaven
silently painting
a Monet landscape

by Merle Hazard.
Used with the author's permission.

Merle Hazard lives in Macon, Georgia. Her poems have appeared in a number of secular and inspirational publications. A home health and hospice nurse for many years, she worked as a director of programs as well as at bedsides. Now retired, Merle enjoys reading, walking, playing bridge, feeding the birds, her garden, and spending time with friends and family.

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Nice work, Merle.
Posted 04/21/2022 08:06 AM
The quiet of fresh snow is so peaceful and calming. Nicely done!
Posted 02/20/2022 08:31 PM
Soft and tender, comforting
Posted 02/19/2022 03:43 PM
Lori Levy:
Beautiful image of the snow as a "soft veil."
Posted 02/19/2022 12:26 PM
Pretty as a picture!!!
Posted 02/19/2022 10:41 AM
Soft and exquisite poem, Merle. I see you capturing this art work as the snow is falling. Thank you for continuing to share your poems!
Posted 02/19/2022 10:27 AM
I could see it!
Posted 02/19/2022 09:01 AM
"Poetry is painting with words, painting is poetry without words." Leonardo da Vinci. Nicely done, Merle!
Posted 02/19/2022 08:11 AM
Ah, brevity.
Posted 02/19/2022 08:02 AM
Beautiful image. You must mean the Monet painting "The Magpie", I guess? This would make a wonderful start to a short story or longer piece but works well on its own. Congratulations, Nicholas
Posted 02/19/2022 06:03 AM
a lovely image.
Posted 02/19/2022 05:03 AM

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