Tuesday, April 21, 2015

A Gentle, Wet Kiss

Gray mist envelopes
the valley,
blessing everything
with a gentle, wet kiss.

This fog
makes everything
soft and beautiful
as if I were driving
through a
soft-focus photograph.

There may be
disappointment and
despair waiting
somewhere in
my day,
and I can’t change that,
but for now,
my heart is near
bursting,
my soul,
silent but electrified,
gliding through the dawn.

16 comments:

  1. "...my soul, silent but electrified..." I would love to have this feeling all the time.

    Good write.

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  2. Peace in nature and as you beautifully put, a calm place to connect with our self.

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  3. Yes, those moments lift our soul. Nature's beauty has always been my go-to, thru all the Other Stuff of life, smiles.

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  4. The poem had me absorbed in thought for a good few seconds!
    Intense!!

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  5. Your words carry across my thoughts, pleasantly! That capture is very dreamy and so much like our town lately!

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  6. This is just gorgeous, Mosk. I love fog, and mist, and rain, and everything in between.

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  7. You portray the beauty of the foggy morning so well, I felt like I was right there with you.

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  8. That nature can sometimes thrill us so, how wonderful

    Much love...

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  9. A foggy day will create apprehensions of the unknown ahead. Makes one wonder incessantly! Great lines Buddah!

    Hank

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  10. I love foggy morning walks. You have captured the feel of it. Lovely

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  11. a great way to begin your day ~

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  12. Romantic and dreamy. The perfect poem to read before bed. Glad I did!

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  13. The fog can be both magic.. but it can also smother you like a wet blanket.. glad you had the right type of fog...

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  14. Beauty in the eye of the beholder comes unasked?! *smiles*

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  15. I love the dream-like quality here, I could feel it, see it, smell it. Those are magic mornings.

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  16. Oooh, gorgeous, Mosk! I was traveling right there with you!

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