Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Worn ol' sun

"All our stones like as much sun as possible.
Along their joints run both solar access and decline
In equal splendor..."

From "Forecast" by Josephine Miles


steven said...


lowenkopf said...

That's your face, smiling through the haze. Welcome back.

marja-leena said...

Great find! Hope you are recovering well.

Granny J said...

That's a wonderful sun. May it shine upon you!

am said...

Thinking of you.

There's nothing quite like a warm rusty sun shining up from the ground. Thanks so much for the link to Josephine Miles' poem and old-age freedom.

Lori Witzel said...

Hi all y'all!

Steven: Hope a gentler sun is shining on you than the one we're facing in Central Texas!

Shelly: Smiles all around -- not quite up to BBQ road trip speed yet, but I'm hopeful it'll be sooner than later, and I'll find more small town entropy to share.

marja-leena: Hey there, so good to "see" you! Thanks much, and recovery has been on track so far.

Granny J: Merci buckets!

am: You are so very welcome -- hope all is well in your more temperate part of the earth!

Dale said...


jarvenpa said...

Lovely sun. And I hope you are healing easily and quickly, Lori.

Marta said...

Every time I come by here I am reminded that I'm a fool for not coming by more often. I like the way you see.

Hope you are well.