Creative Writing and unfinished business…
February 26, 2015 § 10 Comments
down by the river –
Image courtesy stan schapp
Tagged: creative writing, haiku, highland cow, poetry
I really like the picture. Alone, it’s beautiful. Coupled with your words, it takes on a special meaning. Nicely done Rachael.
Thanks, Dan. In reality I wouldn’t be in the same field as a Highland cow. I hear they can be pretty unpredictable!
Oooo, what a lovely river of words, or perhaps the presentation evokes a tongue, or both, or they are the same….For some reason, maybe that is the final word, tongue resonates so strongly for me here, Rachael….as does the connecting theme. My mind is a-swirl with your inspiration! Thank you for the gift. xxo
You remind me that the very nature of a good haiku is to open and expand the mind. To pull the rug from beneath our feet before we get too comfortable! ❤ Thank you 🙂
A peaceful sound trickled down through this. I usually sit with ducks at the river though 🙂
Yes – I’d feel much more comfortable too. There are lots of swans and geese on ‘my’ stretch of the river and I’m wary of them too! 🙂
Lovely picture and lovely words. It has evoked within me a great sense of belonging to nature.. Fantastic..
So pleased you connected with it, John. Some years ago when living on a farm in Norfolk, I had to go to London a lot for my work. Always when I got home I’d go straight to the cowshed and just sit with the cows. A real coming home… 🙂
PS. Hope all well with you.
All ok here, thanks. Hope all good with you? X
Just gently ticking over as I come out of hibernation 🙂
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