Free to go

wishing for refuge

paradise beckons me close

coming to terms

ripple effects persistent

last farewell before the night

What do you see # 138

-Eugi

Image by kien virak from Pixabay

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“Sometimes, the most meaningful messages are shared through the fewest words.” - Julie B. Campbell
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31 Comments

  1. The lake photo is beautiful! Like a painting.

  2. Such beautiful wordings.

  3. This reminds me of my kayak trip in the Bahamas!!
    So much water where we were, but not very deep, but we were warned not to get out of the kayak since we didn’t want to disturb the eco-system.

    • A kayak trip had to be fun and interesting! 😉

      • We went all the way to an older section of mangroves… The guide was very knowledgable too. 😀

      • I remember when I lived in South Florida, mangroves were very much protected.

      • We had gone to the Keys one year. Yes those mangroves seem to spread. But what got me was the beaches… which were old coral – like concrete (we stopped at several small public beaches). One beach we were told had shipped in sand from somewhere else because people expected ‘real sand’ at a beach!

  4. Lovely poem Eugenia. Thanks for joining in my friend

  5. such a beautiful take on the prompt Eugenia1 💖

  6. Lovely image and your poem fits beautifully! ♥

  7. The poem is a fine metaphor

  8. Beautiful words paying homage to a beautiful tapestry of colours

  9. Lovely poem paying homage to a lovely image…

  10. Beautiful, meaningful words to match the pic! ❤️

  11. We believe that after leaving this body we’re free to go. Yet we struggle to sacrifice small wishes in our daily lives. Are we free?

    The poem is really good.

    • Thank you, Lokesh! Good question, Lokesh. In our daily lives, I feel we only as free as we let ourselves be.

  12. Beautiful.🤍

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