Saturday, October 23, 2010

Sunday 160, Look what the low pressure system blew in

clear horizon a day away

I want to be

where sky touches trees

the wind whips my face

the ground meets me

scrambling granite

shouldering pack

leaning back

into the sky


Photo: D. Gross.
This is a flash fiction poem in exactly 160 characters with spaces included, all I have time for by the way.
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18 comments:

  1. ah now that is where i want to be as well...great view...love to go to the mountains...

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  2. I can tell that your muse is back, and back all rested and raring to go. That is such a lovely poem. Now that I think about your comment on my post, I've decided that your muse just needn't you to pay some attention to her. There's a lesson for us all in that.

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  3. I bet those are Aspens...
    Sweet Pic Fab Di...

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  4. Ditto to Brian's comment when I read the first few words and spotted the photo, it brought an aha moment. lovely 160.

    Cheers,
    Joanny

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  5. I have to say I left you a comment on the FF55er the other day, and I see now it did not go through?

    I left a message for the S-160 I hope that shows up? Let me know it if doesn't and I will repost comments for both?

    Cheers,
    joanny

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  6. I can think of other places I'd rather be but not many Di. Good one.

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  7. Connecting with nature can be a spiritual experience!

    Great write! :)

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  8. Beautiful setting aptly described. Thanks for playing.

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  9. Beautiful photo and words. Great 160!

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  10. it's lovely, i particular like how the vigorous style mirrors the mood of the picture, the energy and freshness of the body prepared to melt into and become a force of nature!

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  11. Stunning view and through your words I can feel the wind*!*

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  12. Gorgeous photo with words to match.

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  13. Now that is quite a view. Glad you got to enjoy Di

    Moonie smiles

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  14. A fine poem that strikes the right chord for everyone who reads it. I especially like the final lines: "shouldering pack/ leaning back/
    into the sky"...
    Cheers for you!
    Chris

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  15. I want to jump right into that photo and travel that day with you, Dianne! Hard to believe it would be a day away, but I can see the distance. My mind wants to do a single leap to that farthest peak immediately.

    Such a tremendously wonderful poem and photo to go with. Thank you.

    xo

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