Summer 2017

Wild mood swings

Calm.

We soothe our wounds,

Reconstruct,

Find the kind story.

Though words

Linger.

We begin a new

Autumn memory

 

Try this link

Or this link

Or even this link

 

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15 Responses to Summer 2017

  1. mz&cho says:

    A lovely mix of scenery. Love the photo!

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  2. Mel Gutiér says:

    Okay now. I’m breathing better.

    Wish I was there.

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  4. D. says:

    Such a peaceful imagine!

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  5. ldonlon1 says:

    Absolutely beautiful! Love the words you put together too

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  6. I love autumn. Great picture and post.

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  7. Rae Longest says:

    Simply lovely. Living in the Texas Gulf Coast, we have no fall season. I miss it since I’m originally from Virginia, the place to be to experience fall. Sigh…

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  8. Stunning…and the words, too.

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  9. Reblogged this on Go Dog Go Café and commented:
    Elan Mudrow

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  10. dornahainds says:

    Awesome. 😎😎😎🥀🥀🥀

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  11. Soothing poem and image as nature, itself. 🙂

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  12. paeberle says:

    Great combination of photography and poetry. Very soothing, well done.

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  13. Phil Huston says:

    Wonderful imagery I particularly liked the Hazardous cliffs sign. Beauty and danger, hand in hand. Point Cabrillo does that for me. The gratuitous hits on the links was a nice touch.

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