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  1. Sarah says:

    Reblogged this on The Adventures of the Average American and commented:
    Love the imagery

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  2. pranabaxom says:

    The process of ageing is so beautifully penned. Lovely.

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  3. old seasons place aches inside….I relate to that oh so well! 😉

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  4. Swetha M says:

    This is a fantastic piece! Has a melody to it…

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  5. Rising Hawk says:

    This is a brilliant bit of writing!

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  6. ShirleyB says:

    Utterly beautiful writing. Excellent 🙂

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  7. Ralph says:

    Bitter sweet, but tasty. The photo will haunt me for a very long time, as will the layers of words.

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  8. Beautiful, true, and it was also, a joy to read this and reminisce. Something even old boomers like to do.:0)

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  9. I enjoyed the whole poem, but I loved the line “My voice is tuned to the key of time.”

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  10. piratepatty says:

    I love this one! I felt it and that is always wonderful! Thank you for sharing!

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  11. sporterhall says:

    The affects of time and the aging process captured beautifully, almost as if nature had written it herself! Bravo! 🙂

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  12. “dusty divining rod” is good.

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  13. dennyho says:

    Beautiful, graceful poetry of aging.

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  14. So well said, what this old tree would say and how.

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  15. kamunde says:

    Hey! I have nominated you for a “Three Day Quote Challenge”. Please follow the link below and am sure you’ll find the challenge interesting and fun! >https://astonkamunde.wordpress.com/2016/01/30/3-day-quote-challenge-final-day/

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  16. Talia Hardy says:

    so good, vivid imagery too

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  17. Lexa says:

    Absolutely stunning and haunting in equal measure. I really enjoyed reading this collection of beautiful words. And the picture – the face covered in moss is breathtaking. Did you take the shot? Have a lovely weekend.

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  18. enamk says:

    I really love the way you make words sound so musical. And it’s so easy to get the imagery here, especially with the wonderful photo. Loved it!

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  19. Your words are lovely and bittersweet, much like the aging process.
    I remember a time, not too long ago, when I went to lunch with a friend, a lady 30 years my junior. For the first time, I became aware that I wasn’t the one men noticed anymore. But that was okay; I’d had my time in the sun. 🙂 To everything there is a season . . .

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  20. vivachange77 says:

    Wonderful images of aging. A friend and I were talking this morning about how much fun we are having at this surprisingly good time of life.

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  21. Melissa Shaw-Smith says:

    Elan, a powerful piece with lovely imagery and such a great message. Thank you. Happy writing, Melissa

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  22. Morag Donald says:

    I love your words, the cailleach is there among them.

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  23. skat says:

    Perhaps because I can relate more than I would like, this is an instant favourite. Well done!

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  24. beyondthedome says:

    Very captivating!

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