Haunting Stillness


The sun is slowly rising, casting its indirect light behind the clouds on this chilly morning.  Fog is caressing the fields, wrapping its arms and blankets around the trees, and you can hear the echoes of nothingness.  So still, you can hear the trees whispering.  Ghosts wander here.  I look for them, searching for movement in the fog to make their presence known.  A shadow perhaps.  A flowing of their gown in the mist.  Perfectly enchanted and inspired, letting my mind meander and drift and float through this haunted vision, I begin my walk beside these ghosts.  With each step, breaking the silence.  I do not get far.  Sitting beneath the strong fatherly branches, I breathe in the fresh cool stillness.

Hoping you have an inspired, and enchanting day!  Make it special.  Do something different, even if it’s just one small thing.  Step outside your comfort zone.  Take a photograph in public and don’t even have a care who might be watching.  You could inspire someone else to step outside their comfort zone.  Just do something different that is in your heart to do at that moment…as long as it is legal.  😉  Love ya!  *smooch*

-Carol

And if you so feel inspired to join in with NaBloPoMo, please check it out. You only have till Nov 5 to join.  It’s not too late!

It’s National Blog Posting Month. Hurry. Jump into the soup and make it tasty. You have till November 5 to add your blogroll to http://www.blogher.com/nablopomo-november-2012-blogroll and start swimming. Just post daily to your blog and you’re playing. Simple as that. You can add a badge to your front page. They even offer daily prompts to inspire your daily creation, if you need the hint to get you started, and free style is on the weekends, of course. Hope to see you there. Oh, and there are prizes. Only rules are (1) sign up for the blogroll by November 5, and (2) blog daily during November. That’s it. Happy blogging!

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3 thoughts on “Haunting Stillness

  1. […] prompt of Fog, form of elegy and device of metaphor.  So, this is a sort of remake of one of my earlier posts.  So, if it’s my own reblogged photography and a spin-off from an earlier poetic blog post, […]

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