Words of a painter about art, painting and other thoughts about life, death and things that get in the way. I began my blog 2010.
Yeah New Mexico can be tougher than wild. I once suffered chiggers, poison ivy, and whiny teenagers with the same malaises all at once!
HAHAHA! This is so much fun to read - especially aloud! Stingy things - I don't much like those either. So glad you joined in - big smiles here!
I like a more settled lifeWhere some things are certainOr at least close to certain as can beYes, annell, why disturb the bee-hive. Just avoid or not to bother potential dangers!Hank
I prefer safe and sound as well.
Whatever Anonymous claims that makes me wild with rage.... I do love the comfort too... but I need the spice of the wild.
I like a warm dry bed too, but think I could cope with a securely zipped tent.I don't mind little bugs, that is bar earwigs. I hate earwigs, they terrify me!Anna :o]
I like the differing viewpoints expressed in each poem and I like your Taos. My Taos moment is of waking on the last day of June and seeing the morning sun reflect off a thin layer of ice atop the swimming pool.Thanks for taking me back!Mark
Taos valley sounds lovely. And while naked doesn't bother me, a tree would not be my first choice as a place to be naked in.
Sugar SpiceWildNoTaLWaysNoW SoNiceFreeis a PriceAnd Bugs Are A Cost But Possible to: Eat.. From:Wherever We Land Next Bed Bug or BreakFast..:)
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