Thursday, January 15, 2015

January 15, 2015 dVerse/Ten Words to Say it All

Ten Words to say it All


First days of indian summer unclear, no end in sight.

January 15, 2015

19 comments:

  1. dunno - i read this not strictly nature wise but more like something colorful and beautiful spoiled by things that block the way...ugh...sad when that happens

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  2. it is def winter here....though it was nice and warm(er) today....got up tot he 40s which felt like a summer...in a way...smiles.

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  3. This is a perfect enigma.. the indian summer has always marked an end for me, yet there is no end in sight... hmm.. you made me wonder (which is good)

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  4. those of us cranking out "ten" stanzas by the pack, clump, or pod, take note of how much you really accomplished with just one; nice job, smile.

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  5. It's hard to see beyond the horizon till we get closer and then it changes...sweet.

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  6. You chose what is, for me, a wonderful time of year. And like others, I read multiple layers in it.

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  7. I know that feeling , mid-winter, of no end in sight. Better days ahead, my friend.

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  8. Can we exchange places ~ Its too cold here ~

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  9. In these northern lands where I live, an early indian summer would be lovely. --but the skiing will be gone… second thoughts: I am fine with the snow.

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  10. Are you visiting those who visited you? Hope so! We all like visits.

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  11. how we linger on certain times of the year

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  12. Indian summer sound delightful about now as it is extremely cold here.

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  13. Oh! That is quite an image. Well-penned. :-)
    -HA

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  14. Says it all ... and opens up new questions.

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  15. Thanks for reminding me of indian summer in the midst of winter. :)

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  16. It gives a respite before the cold. It is most welcomed for that short while certainly! Nicely annelle!

    Hank

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  17. Oh, the beauty of a brief Indian summer, yet there's a shadow over it. Very interesting and beautiful. Thank you.

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