17 thoughts on “Alone

  1. love the poem and I read it before I looked at the image.
    then – when I saw the image I smiled because it was this avian friend – πŸ™‚
    maybe I was expecting a human…
    anyhow,
    the lines in the sand are not the usual lines – and that adds artsy interest
    and the content of the poem is all that seasoned contentment (one note – I would maybe think about how it would flow without the two “the” words – maybe? or not…. what do you think?

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    1. I agree with the the water. I think the solace makes the word solace more alone/aloof? I can’t think of the word I want.
      I love the lines of the receding water and reflections
      Thanks for an insightful comment Yvette πŸ™‚

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      1. well thanks being open to comments – and I love when you share comments on when to crop or maybe just bring that wit – hahah
        and I liked it as is – trust me – loved it because it had flow and mood
        and finding the right words are so hard sometimes –

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