April Poetry Month – Overwhelming Beauty


Overwhelming Beauty

The sunset light was approaching
the soft curved hills.
Evening was entering like a fierce painting
in the sky.

How amazing colors
in a new dimension that only
nature and someone above
has the power to create.

I felt that overwhelming presence
a strange feeling surrounded me,
all over like holding me
in a tight and breathtaking embrace

excitement and power for
something that I see unbelievable unreal
but truly real.

I am glad I was there
grabbing the drops of this
overwhelming beauty.



Poetry and Photography
©Copyright Carolina Russo – yesterdayafter.com

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32 thoughts on “April Poetry Month – Overwhelming Beauty

  1. Very lovely, thank you for sharing your words.

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  2. Beautiful, colour is everywhere if we allow ourselves to truly see… Barbara x

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  3. Beautiful images and equally beautiful words, Carolina! 😍


  4. I can relate to the strong feelings you felt watching this sunset. Each one has its magic!

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  5. Such peaceful words and image, thank you.

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  6. Beautiful sunset, Carolina! Love the colors.

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  7. Beautiful! The older I get, I look to the skies. There’s always something captivating about the images that change 24/7. Then again, I did that as a kid too, lying on the ground at night with my flashlight. Skies are mesmerizing, and you’ve captures a lot of amazing images up there.

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    • Thank you so much for your beautiful words! I looove to look at skies, day and night and like you said it is captivating, mesmerizing and beautiful so fascinating! I am happy that you like my poem and photo it is always very nice to hear from you! ❤ 😉 keep up looking up!

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  8. *captured

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  9. Many of the Japanese prefer the lyric poem.
    I am deeply impressed by the valuable and nice sunset representation.

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    • Oh thank you Ryoma is nice to hear about what Japanese like I am happy they like the poem and I am happy that you like my photo too! I took this photo on a hike it was beautiful!


      • Thanks to a very nice word.
        I recommend the poem “Fallen leaves” of Remy de Gourmont who met in college.
        And let’s toast to that was able to meet you.
        from Japan:-)))))

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      • Thank you Ryoma let’s toast! 😉 “Fallen Leaves” is a beautiful poem! Thanks and say hi to the beautiful land of Japan 🙂


  10. How lovely!! The words and the photo. I’ve been having a great time on your site Carolina. Thanks for sharing the beauty of your heart with those who love you.

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  11. This is really beautiful! ❤

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