Friday, March 26, 2010

Some days just are...




























The day has t
urned bleak
like a leaf tossed to and fro in the wind.

Helplessly caught between sky and earth.

Blown off course, lost to a destination,
alone,
directionless.

The moment gone - as is the leaf from the

parent tree, restlessly yearning for the
safety
of its umbilicus: the nurturing warmth of connection.


~~~


The days are still sunny and warm, hot even and humid, but the change is in the air...the mornings are chilly and the dew on the grass is heavier. Most of all the air feels and smells different. Our trees haven't changed color yet, I'm looking forward to that - lots of potential photographs.

If your in the mood for more 55's to enjoy visit G-Man at Mr. Knowitall, or if you fancy writing some 55's, G-daddy is the man to see.

Have a wonderful Friday y'all. :))


Love,


11 comments:

  1. Hello,

    very beautiful writing ABOUT NATURE AND feelings corresponding to it...

    cool 55.

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  2. Those changes are always looked out for expectantly.
    Great words.

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  3. an somedays that leaf is me...wonderful 55.

    mine is up!

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  4. Wow. Been that leaf. No doubt.

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  5. Poor, tragic little leaves, falling to their doom.

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  6. Eaton...
    Always superb!
    Beautiful 55 My Dear.
    Thank you so much for this touching contribution, and have a Kick Ass Week-End...G

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  7. You just don't disappoint..I always find something deep to chew on! Thanks Eaton and for the update (as well as for the poetry links)-lovely thoughts here!
    I will be posting a poem shortly after these prompts with some Spring photographs..come check them out when you have time.
    My best, Regina-

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  8. I am sure you will understand when I say I am very happy that your season is changing Eaton.

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  9. http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/03/29/oh-my-the-snakeman-is-after-me-help-awards/

    poetry awards for you,
    Happy Monday!

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  10. this IS autumn! i feel it too

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Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright

Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright
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Flat Stanley near Castlemaine, Victoria.