Ephemeral Beauty

It’s not always the big dramatic things that move us to tears by their splendour, but often the little, insignificant things that have a beauty all of their own, often passed by without even being noticed.  Just like this little cluster of fine seed-laden grass that is bowing under the weight of hundreds of tiny jewel-like droplets of rain.  Each tiny bubble sparkles as the light is refracted like stems in a glass of water.  What makes it even more poignant is the fact that just one more drop could disturb the whole lot, a passing animal brush past them or a breath of wind ruffle through these delicate stems and suddenly, the drops are gone and lost forever.  Such is the ephemeral nature of our fragile, living world.

tiny droplets of rain on grass

tiny droplets of rain on grass (taken with the phone camera)

More ideas of BEAUTY, Daily prompt: Moved to Tears, here



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4 responses to “Ephemeral Beauty

  1. Ephemeral beads of liquid glass…so pretty 🙂


  2. Pingback: RAINDROP TEARS | hastywords

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