Tag Archives: fall leaves

Beyond the Curtain

A misty curtain hides what will be, but my now is part of that then. Though unseen but for glimpses and hope, I muddle through on the darker side, the dying side, pushing even closer to light and color that … Continue reading

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Many Colors–One Tree

Like this ornamental pear tree, so it is true of the human race. ┬áPray for Ferguson.  

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A Fall

The leaves moved gently, rocked like a baby by a mothering wind, and the green melted away to color and crisp, and the hanging on became a letting go. Softly, floating, still in the morning to carpet a cooling earth, … Continue reading

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Patience

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Perseverance

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Minimalist

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Can’t See the Forest for the Forest

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Thought for the Day: If only . . .

If only I could be satisfied with such simple pleasures.

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Just a Walk in the Park

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The Blood-red Dance!

Dance! It’s a tenuous dance, a blood-red dance, held by a string and a prayerful hope. Then the wind and a twirl– Dance! The risk of the fall is worth the dance now. The forever mystery of death calls for … Continue reading

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