I live in the...or one of the most beautiful places on earth. But alas, I am a nomad at heart. These are my adventures.
Really nice picture and nice words again,Carla!
That's good. Nice twists (there's more than one...the first is in moving from the photo to the expectation of words). Very powerful, and too often - too true. Kudos.
Bleeding leaves, darkness all around. It fits your words so well.Despite the sadness, the photo is beautiful. Tell me, where is he? I am in fighting mode today :-)
Hi Steffi, Thanks. It's really beautiful around here at this time of year.Fool, Thanks. You're too kind. Nothing like a few good surprises in life, eh?
Fida, Always good to have a feisty female around. I'm glad you like the photo.
oooh!don't i know how that feels!such a gorgeous photo - i think i'm going to the park this weekend to look at the trees turning.
Love your words Carla, life is not always kind, right?
You're wonderful with words, my dear friend.Hope you haven't got a broken heart anotherwise 'he' better start looking over his shoulder for your online friends because we are everywhere...lolBest wishes, my dear friend, ((hug))Annie
Pandave, I bet the trees are just gorgeous where you are, aren't they?Mone, Thanks. And yes, life is not always a bowl of cherries.
Annie, Nice to know that I have good friends watching out for me. Much appreciated.
Very well phrased. & a shame.
Yeah...but the joke is on him...he's gonna have to rake up the leaves by himself now. Ha ha ha ha
Chris, Thanks.VE, Ha, ha, ha! That's right!
Beautiful and sad.
Great photo and wonderful poetry, Carla!
So descriptive of so many relationships.
:( makes me sad.
Oh, that is rather sad.
Bee, Thanks and thanks for dropping by.Tara, Thanks, I'm glad you like it.
Mark, Yes, unfortunately it is.JBelle, Makes me sad too.
Dawn, Unfortunately it is.
(maybe it was slippery?)Leaves are gorgeous!
So moving. I know all too well how that feels... but I wouldn't have been able to put it so poetically.
Pamela, Perhaps it was, I'm hard to hold on to.Jeanine, Nonsense! You are very poetic. Often I wish I could write as eloquently as you.
Oh yeah Carla, I did go to the park this weekend and walked around for a couple of hours. The boyf, who's a photographer stopped to take pictures at one point. And it turned out that several folk wanted to do the same. A woman came by and asked me - what is everyone looking at? I said - The trees. Such a funny moment. You'd think we were looking at a rare bird. But we were just loving nature.
Pandave, That's so funny. At least the woman realized that she was missing out on something.
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