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Time for Change


I've taken down that old wallpaper
I'm lightening-up this house
paring-down
simplifying
making space
for expansion ~>

My abstract thoughts
skimmed the waters of time,



landing in the pool of purpose,
sinking to depths of deep emotion,
settling like solitary flint stones in a heap of silence.
Waiting, waiting for the water's bathing, the caressing, the calming and the lightening.


After the waiting they came, surfacing upwards and outwards,
rippling in ever increasing circles, rising, one beautiful thought giving birth to another
until they all merged into the oneness of Self at water's edge, a place called paradise.



Tonight at 9pm we'll be settling down to:

Apple pie & cream
+
 New season's
 'Downton Abbey' 


Yummy :~)

Linking with
Postcards from Paradise

Comments

gma said…
Your words are lovely. To me water is the strongest element shaping and changing things as seasons pass. <3
rebecca said…
"one beautiful thought giving birth to another
until they all merged into the oneness of Self at water's edge, a place called paradise."

gorgeous and soul stirring as are your images. i too am a water baby.

sharing a slice of paradise with you is divine!
Exquisitely beautiful soothing photos and verse. Makes me want to rest in the silent space - waiting too... Making space for expansion... I feel it too, a transition of sorts, something emerging from the depths of Being(Self) and the chaos (ripples) that sometimes brings ~ ~ ~
I'll join you from across "the pond" for some of that apple pie and cream :)Christine
Elegant photography and delightful words ~ love the settling down with apple pie and ice cream ~ yummy ~ (A Creative Harbor)
sperlygirl said…
oh that photo of the tree is just beautiful. downtown abbey - keep hearing about this one, must check it out. here's to some fruit pie, yum!
Cat said…
beautiful
I hear you♥

love and light

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