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Summer’s Siren Song June 30, 2007

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A torrent of tears

freeing the air of its burden,

drunk deeply by dirt,

reborn

a phoenix of fog,

the scent of a woman,

Our Mother Earth.

zoar-sunset-portrait-small.jpg

I do have to say, I loves me some summer!

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1. Karen - June 30, 2007

Sooo beautiful. Both the poem and the place. Thanks so much! I’m honored to know you. (Can I say I know you?)

2. littlebangtheory - June 30, 2007

Thanks! The words popped into my head while I was looking at that photo and trying to divine how I felt about it. I’m usually not a “pastoral” kinda guy, but this was such a beautiful post-rainstorm evening, I felt like I was in a Romantic Age painting.

And yes, we know what we know about each other, and that’s good!

3. Phydeaux Speaks - June 30, 2007

Wonderful poem and glorious picture!

Your words reminded me of this snippet from Widespread Panic:

I like coconuts, when you break them open
They smell like ladies lying in the sun.

I guess it’s the Summer connection….

4. littlebangtheory - June 30, 2007

heheheeh, gotta love them coconut ladies…

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