Loss and longing

 

 

in the swerve

of the stream bed

tree roots tap deep

into the day

and stone nests

fold into falling water

giving voice to its flow –

the  cadence and rhythm

of loss and longing

 

 

 

ag ~ 2012

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8 thoughts on “Loss and longing

  1. In deep grief, there’s no more healing place than a swiftly running trout brook with waterfalls. Been there.

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