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Thursday, December 6, 2012

In The Company of.....


In The Company of Henry Thoreau
I walk around the pond
and meet him head on
coming toward me –
and we both turn and
with a deep breath
regain our solitude and
walk
the
other
way

4 comments:

  1. Delighted you found my story verse. You can always see the whole thing on the page marked 'As the Whirl Turns'. Since I visited your wordle I thought I'd glance upon another piece. I do like this.
    Solitude is precious. This also reminds me of a question that pops up every now and then that asks; Who would you like to meet, living or dead. For me that would be family I lost early on. Just to share some (perhaps forgotten) memories.
    As for famous... I'll have to think on that as I take a deep breath and walk the other way :)

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  2. Thanks Jules - (okay steel yourself for what I'm certain is an oft-heard pun) your comments are jewels which sparkle as do this one posted here. :)

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