I’ve been remiss these past few weeks, but I now return with a poem and some pictures.
The first is a picture of the southern region of Italy as taken from the Space Station(both pictures are by NASA, click on the image to see it full-size):
The second is a picture of the Earth showing how much is snow covered (this was last November–snow covered regions are in white, with partially covered regions in blue). It’s interesting to learn that 40% of Earth’s land is snow covered at the peak of the northern winter.
And here’s a poem:
The lamp shade has got to go
It clutters my thoughts
I wish I could get it off
And let myself be clear.