Friday, December 18, 2015

know where to walk...

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Walking, walking…
oak in December mood
wood still
till wind blow
low degrees
trees trembling
inked skies
eyes are squeezed
is the weather warm enough?
ruff! ruff! – a dog guarding door
for next two months
chance for a big snow
knowing where is New Year Star, akin
kings walking, walking…

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18 comments:

  1. I'd like to be walking far far away from where any snow would come

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  2. The words are enough here. Enjoyed.

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  3. Humbird, thanks for taking us along on your winter walk, Warm wishes

    much love...

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  4. delightful style... enjoyed the read.
    ZQ

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  5. Unique voice as always... I especially liked:

    "Low degrees
    trees trembling
    inked skies
    eyes are squeezed..." Very once.... Have a great Christmas... With Best Wishes Scott

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  6. Your poems always take an interesting path...these lines below remind me of winter as the trees are now bare waiting to put on spring clothes. Merry Christmas!

    trees trembling
    inked skies

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  7. This is quite a journey, Humbird. I like the idea of walking...wherever the journey leads.

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  8. I, too, especially like the trees trembling, inked skies.......

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  9. I like this slice of the winter scene....

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  10. Oh I am transported on this winter walk....just as I experience it...fabulous:

    'ill wind blow
    low degrees
    trees trembling
    inked skies
    eyes are squeezed
    is the weather warm enough?'

    Donna@LivingFromHappiness

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  11. I love how that dog bark grounds us as we flit between then and now...it is always good to have some kind of grounding xo

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  12. Cool - you keep hitting the reader with vivid images.

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  13. Christmas, and then New Year, just round the corner.

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  14. Great walking journey. Have a Merry Christmas.

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  15. I love the thought of walking..

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  16. Beautifully expressed.
    Merry Christmas :)

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  17. DO we know? Did they know? Or was it the hope that manifested all? AS I pray this Christmas morn, I contemplate these questions and pray for our future.

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