Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Circling/Arriving In Duwamish

To arrive and to bring,
the first blossom of spring,
when the southern hemisphere is
just through mid winter,
is astonishing.
To arrive and find the lodgings
so welcoming,
to pay respect to the
forgotten ones.
Pieces found along the way,
collected to form
one again, are laid gently
on the quiet earth.

copyright Imogen Crest 2006.


At 7:09 AM, Blogger Vi Jones said...

Ah, the first blossom, a sign that the growing season is just around the corner.

The juxtaposition of stones. That is interesting. I see things ... I always see things. The men in the white coats would have a grand time with me. :) Anyway, I see a slipper on the right side, and on the top toward the left side, a little monkey curled up, possibly asleep. He is not at all obvious, but he is there.


At 1:55 PM, Blogger Anita Marie Moscoso said...




At 10:07 PM, Blogger Lois said...

Where stones are circling
I will think of you
dear friend
When stones are few
you will find many in my home
Knock on the door
or leave a note
For I will keep them safe for you
in a glass bowl
You will never lose you way
for I have a path for you here
Anytime you need to stray
or travel or rest awhile.
Never mind the season
winter,summer,spring or autumn.
Day or night
The door is always open and the path
studded with welcome pebbles

Lois(Muse of the Sea)
On a beautiful summery day

At 5:19 AM, Blogger Imogen Crest said...

Vi, I see the monkey and I see the slipper. What I am amazed about is what you see. Very cool.

Anita Marie, this place is a credit to you.

Lois, you are amazing. Today was like a taste of summer, you are right:-)


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