I have no life but this,
To lead it here;
Nor any death, but lest
Dispelled from there;
Nor tie to earths to come,
Nor action new,
Except through this extent,
The realm of you.
by Merisi at the
Old Vienna Ester Market
Very lacy looking.ReplyDelete
Happy Easter, Merisi. Thank you for this lovely poem and the stunning (as ever) photos.ReplyDelete
Frohe Ostern to you and your family!ReplyDelete
Oh so beautiful!ReplyDelete
My eggs are poached, fried and scrambled!
Happy Easter Merisi!
Lovely pictures; beautiful poetry.ReplyDelete
What delicate and beautiful eggs. Happy Easter, Merisi! Hope the sun is shining on you today.ReplyDelete
Now that looks like my kind of market.ReplyDelete
Liebe Merisi, Frohe Ostern!ReplyDelete
Wir waren heute zu Hause, aber morgen fahren wir nach Rust Störche schauen, das gehört für mich zu Ostern dazu.
The Dickinson and your lovely egg photos were perfect for today! Happy Easter!ReplyDelete
Happy Easter to you, Merisi.ReplyDelete
These photos are so beautiful in their color, and delicacy, fragility.
Hope you are enjoying a lovely spring.
A beautiful post.ReplyDelete
Beautiful Eggs and Handel's Hallelujah! What a perfect Easter.ReplyDelete
Dickinson's incredible gift of words, your eye for beauty, and these delicate egss are all the recipe of a lovely post. Happy Easter!ReplyDelete
Simple and elegant!ReplyDelete
Wonderful post and hope you had a good Easter too.ReplyDelete
Your blog is very classy !ReplyDelete
I have never seen such beautiful Easter eggs -- they're exquisite. I hope you and your family had a happy and blessed Easter.ReplyDelete
Such beautiful dainty eggs - you were blogging when I was taking off on Easter weekend:)ReplyDelete
Exquisite eggs, Merisi. A nice reminder of the renewal of life in the spring.ReplyDelete
these lace easter eggs looks fabulous ! hope you had a lovely viennese easterReplyDelete