The mist in the morning
Was too cold to breathe in.
So I breathed out
And I made the mist my own.
[Andrew]... one word.com
The comma stood there, right in between one thought and another, and he just couldn't produce a single clause to connect. And yet, he had left the sentence so open, so dangling, that he felt as if he had to finish the thought. [blue diamonds]
Say this to thyself (beneath thy breath, But say it and have be done): "A mortal's thoughts of dying and death are shadows across the sun."
Say this to thyself (come take some wine, ' Twas ever the coward's mark): "There will come the time when I and mine Must ferry into the dark."
Say this to thyself (or sing out loud, And shatter the windy sky): "Though sore afraid I shall not be cowed, I live till the day I die."
Say this to thyself (but bail, my friend! No boat stayed ever afloat): "From this day forth to the bitter end I shall sieze life by the throat." ~Felix Denis
pxite entry Silhouette
in the high open air . . .
Leave the fog behind
thank you Daniel
So when you are listening to somebody, completely, attentively, then you are listening not only to the words, but also to the feeling of what is being conveyed, to the whole of it, not part of it. ~J. Krishnamurti
Kites at the beach (Canon G5)
" It takes a long time to grow young" Pablo Picasso
thursday challenge Play
Scott Haefner 360 degree panoramas Kite photography
Driving Me Crazy if anyone knows birds ...thank you
Florida sunset clouds in January