I loved Australia. It was everything I imagined it to be: big, wild, full of possibilities. Both rugged and beautiful at the same time, Australia left an imprint on my soul.
I have been able to relive the more poignant memories by reading through some of my old journals. Fortunately, my younger, more romantic, self also loved to write. I thought I would share one of the poems I found …
in the evenings
dusty blue and
for the trailing ends
on a breath of air
in the half light
I’d love to hear what you think….
I’ve only just started blogging, both writing and reading, and I’ve read a couple of blogs this afternoon that I’ve just navigated away from. Not because they weren’t good, or interesting, but just because I’d finished! Now it occurs to me that, being a blogger myself, I would like people to comment on what I write, so I will make a rule now, never to read a blog without leaving some sort of comment afterwards.
In your case, Wendi, I liked your little poem, but I was really impressed with the photo’s, especially the sunset/rise. Fabulous, and well done.
Thanks for stopping by Bev, and especially for taking the time to comment! It can be frustrating not to hear anything from people, even though I know I get a lot of people stopping by. Good luck with you own blog and I’ll be sure to comment when I visit. 🙂