Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Pot luck poetry

Living in the view


From the mountain top
I feast on blues
of sea and sky

From the plain
my heart is lifted
by the sight of hills

So I come down
to wet my toes
and feel the cool

Then return to where
crisp mountain air
is warmed by fire.

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14 comments:

  1. I see the house Stafford...what a lovely view! :-)

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  2. love every single words in it,
    I would love to do what you do.
    super masterful piece here.

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  3. with such a blissful entry, you shall feel proud//to get the most feedback, please do visit other entries ...
    Enjoy!
    admirable talent!

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  4. That's a really great title - has a philosophical tone (not sure if you meant it that way). This poem is serene and lovely - good one Stafford.

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  5. So wonderfully written.. such a short one and yet so sweet!! Serene Image- like a fresh air filling the senses
    Thanks for doing that small commercial for Potluck- appreciated!!
    Happy Potluck xoxox

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  6. So much to appreciate, all around us. You capture that, so well.

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  7. Wonderful piece. I wander through the the scene you have drawn with your words what a beautiful creation!

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  8. I am always so lazy. I think the mountains look so beautiful from where I am - I see no point in climbing all the way up just to look at where I am now.
    Perhaps I should. Once in some long while.

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  9. Lovely. I can see the colours and smell the fresh air. Very nice.

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  11. oh this is lovely- reminds me of all the camping trips and just looking out at all the gorgeous mountains, trees, water...must go camping soon-before the rain and snow descends

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