Tag: grasses

Reborn

Reborn

The fog gave way
to the morning sun
as it struggled to shine
on the cliffs of might
The wind thrashing
the sea grasses
Blowing away remnants
of the night

Walking slowly away
from the memories of you
Inhaling deep a freshness
of purity
What’s done is done
Your voice no more living in my ears
A cleansing freedom
surpassed in its finality

Passing the chewing sheep
oblivious to their own destiny
Seeing the wild blackberries
and fuchsia along the hedgerow
growing amongst ancient stone
Defining the verdant land of centuries
I am confident on my path
More than I could ever know

Absconding with my dignity
allowing nature to touch my senses
Cleansed by the falling rain
Abstaining from thoughts you neuter
without guilt or shame
I am reborn and whole once more
Breathing in my new found liberty
as I walk towards a new future

Christine Bolton – Poetry for Healing ©

Word Prompts:

Abscond

Verdant

Abstain

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Eyes Wide Open – Week 10

Good Morning!  Here is another Eyes Wide Open post featuring some photos I took this week while out running.  They were all taken on my iPhone.

Hope you enjoy them and have a great Saturday!

Young Doe

A young Doe coming out as the day starts to cool down

Ibis in flight

An Ibis in flight

Tree Limb Bench

One of Nature’s benches in the park!

Mailbox on tree stump

Another crazy mailbox!

Bench Waterside

A lovely place to sit and think

Grass and purple flowers

A pretty combination of grasses and purple flowers

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