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Monday, November 15, 2010

Lost In Thought

















Standing by waters edge,
I lose my focus of what is here.
Colors dark and rich like fine chocolate.
My mind swirls, thinking of dark days
turned bright and beautiful.
Nature holds so many secrets we will
never see or hear.
This day though, I reckon beauty in
small places, reaching out to kiss my eyes.
I bow to it and give her wink,
breathing in her majesty.
For it is here, just you and me.

17 comments:

  1. Awesome imagery, both in your photo and your words... I too bow to the majestic qualities of nature.

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  2. Rich reflections of dark and light... The photo is breathtakingly beautiful.

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  3. beautiful and peaceful words that accompany a serene picture...nature speaking..beauty in small places...yes..i know how this feels

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  4. You drank it in and it flowed back out gere. Nice One Shot, Gwen!

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  5. Thanks everyone, I appreciate your thoughts and compliments. This has really been an enriching way to learn more about writing and about myself!

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  6. Relatable, solid work. I suspect many poets, like us, have written similarly- and timelessly-themed works - such a rich universe of takes on Mother Nature. Keep up that goodness, my friend. :)

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  7. Dear Gwen

    I enjoyed soaking up in the nature with you.. and your words... one has to have perfect eyes like yours to see the beautiful in small things that nature keeps every where all around us...
    Thanks for sharing..

    ॐ नमः शिवाय
    Om Namah Shivaya
    Twitter: @VerseEveryDay
    Blog: http://shadowdancingwithmind.blogspot.com

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  8. Thank you both for your kind words, I really appreciate it! :)

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  9. "I reckon beauty in small places..."

    love this, gorgeous writing here.

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  10. Beautiful poem combined with a stunning photo... where was it taken?

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  11. Thank you Terresa and Suzy very much for your compliments and for following my blog!

    Suzy, the photo was taken in my town in Massachusetts. It is a small, possibly man-made pond..with a nice view! :)

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  12. beautiful image.
    you take my breath away...
    thanks for sharing...

    http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/11/23/happy-thanksgiving-awardstreats-4-you/

    enjoy everything from my post.

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  13. The photo and the words...just beautiful.

    Nature is somewhere I love to spend time...it's where I feel most peaceful and connected to that which is beyond me.

    My potluck is here: SHEDDING

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  14. Hello, how are you?

    Hope that you have had a festive week so far. Happy Belated Thanksgiving if you celebrate.

    you are invited to join our poetry community, a place for poets to share and encourage!

    Jingle Poetry : http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com/

    Our Monday Poetry Potluck is open from Sunday 8pm to Wednesday, 8am.

    Write a poem fitting our week 12 theme (Nature, Plants, Creations & The Cosmos), post it, and link in to our potluck post as soon as we are open, that's how you get the best possible feedback. First time participants could submit 1-3 poems unrelated to our theme.

    We value your contribution, your talent deserves best possible exposure..

    Let me know if you have further questions by dropping me a comment or email...Hope to see you then.

    xoxox

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  15. Thank you very much Olivia! I will be sure to check out the site. :)

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  16. Lost in Thought - beautiful poem and beautiful photo. Thanks.
    It catched me when seeing and reading - recognizing idea and sphere as if I stood there myself. Why? Just see my "As lovers do" poem & photo www.edjofrank.wordpress.com

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