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Thursday, November 1, 2012

somber sky





silhouetted against a somber sky
leaves floated and flapped
like anxious birds
searching for safe landing
before the rage of the storm to come

the small stone above is linked to:


Skywatch Friday


Hver torsdag: 

Reminding you once again to please send me your words of gratitude to stitch into the Gratitude Quilt... for more information about this click here. It would be wonderful to share your offering in this project. Thank you to everyone who has responded so far!

For more about gratitude, visit my post and all of my colleagues over at Buddha Chick Life, and online magazine for women on the grow. This month's issue is devoted to gratitude.

24 comments:

  1. Great shots, Laura. Words & images are perfect together, and touched my heart!

    Irene

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  2. Beautiful captures Laura, the first one looked almost like a witch flying through the air in front of the storm.

    Thank you for inviting me to participate in the Gratitude Quilt, I will most certainly do so...there is so much to be grateful for!

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  3. Fun captures the leaves falling! I just love your header shot, beautiful images. Happy Skywatching!

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  4. very sweet in a grey way



    Aloha from Waikiki, Friend
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  5. Interesting pictures. Awesome and bless your heart for your good deeds!

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  6. Beautiful melancholic sky, so significant of late fall.;) Have a nice weekend,
    xoxo

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  7. That was so beautiful! The images and the verse!

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  8. My dear Laura...thank you for your wonderfully kind words. This has been a terribly hard day.

    One never believes one's Daddy will ever be gone...yet that day is growing closer.

    I love your pictures of falling leaves--so lovely, as Zuzana wrote, 'beautifully melancholic sky."

    I love how you talk about God. He is such a beautiful part of my life. He deeply cares when we cry. ((hugs))

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  9. New follower. Nice to meet you, Laura!

    The falling leaves are thought provoking and the poem is lovely.

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  10. Gorgeous sight on mindfulness day--calming and hopeful.
    Happy weekend, Laura

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  11. Your way to depict the somber sky with the fallen leaves is unique and amazing!! So beautiful and stunning!
    Have a wonderful weekend.
    keiko

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  12. I am glad you are safe. Thank you for sharing your beautiful meditations.

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  13. Love the photos.

    Thank you for the visit.

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  14. Literally love those falling leaves!

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