The Beauty of a White Peacock

Strolling White Peacock
Strolling White Peacock | Source
Side view of Peacock
Side view of Peacock | Source
Peacock Feathers & Willow Branches in the Breeze
Peacock Feathers & Willow Branches in the Breeze | Source
A halo of Feathers
A halo of Feathers | Source

The fantail is the pride of the male, yet looks like a bridal train.

Fanned with flair, the plumage is reminiscent of fireworks, halos and stars.

There is magic and majesty displayed in that broad, shimmering array.

Known as the "All Seeing Bird," the more you see the more you may learn.

Peacock invites us to expand our vision, our inner seeing and our intuition.

Open yourself and look beyond what you usually notice.

Trust your intuitive seeing.

Dance and feel the wind in your hair as Peacock does through his feathers and Willow through its leaves...

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billybuc 3 years ago from Olympia, WA

Beautiful poem and bird, but boy are they ever noisy. LOL

I hope you are well my friend.

bill


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Linda Compton 3 years ago from The Land of Enchantment Author

Ah, Sir William, thanks! They certainly do have a voice :) and know how to use it. Appreciate your visit.


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grandmapearl 3 years ago from Southern Tier New York State

Linda, what a beautiful, graceful bird. I expected a fairy to be riding on its back! Lovely words accompanied the amazing photos. Thank you for sharing this. Now I will share it with others!

Voted Up and Beautiful my friend ;) Pearl


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Linda Compton 3 years ago from The Land of Enchantment Author

Dear, dear Pearl, I'm so glad you enjoyed the photos...the words just tumbled out so I could share that beautiful fellow! Thank you for your kind words and friendship...Blessings, L.


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aviannovice 3 years ago from Stillwater, OK

Very nice, Linda! The photos capture what is going on in the inside. Perfect.


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Linda Compton 3 years ago from The Land of Enchantment Author

Thanks, Deb, that means a lot, especially coming from you :)

Happy Tailwinds, L.

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