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A river flowed through me today,
I noticed it as sun's shimmer danced on fragments of autumn,


threads, just hanging, dangling, waiting to be noticed enticing me to play.
Feeling the pull of the river, the flow,
I stayed for a while until light faded.


Meanwhile a restful haze surfaced revealing subtle creations of the mind,
only detected by those who allow the river to flow.





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Meri's Musings

Comments

GrandmaK said…
This is a moving post and the quote enhances it so very much!!! Lovely!!! Cathy
Meri said…
Oh my, Sue -- this is fabulous. I love the light, the texture, the feel of eternal change. And quotes by Rumi always touch a chord within.
Very profound and uplifting Sue. Love the Rumi quote. Makes my joy even more elevated.
QMM
Stephanie said…
I've missed your beautiful photographs and soulful words Sue. Hope to back to visiting soon...I am battling computer problems while trying to hold on to the calmness I gathered around me in Mexico

x..x
Monica said…
love the 2nd.
to be touched by the swift current and KNOW that we are one with it.
Fallingladies said…
I love the quote and the thoughts of rivers flowing thru me and all of us!
Cat said…
it is so good to me reminded of play...
beautiful images Suey

love and light
Introverted Art said…
I am always missing your wonderful beautiful posts. When I try to click on the link from posts it tells me your blog is private :( I am still trying to get to know this tech stuff.

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