enveloped in her pastel palette
nature cradles me
in a feather soft cocoon
as she dims the lights
I’m taking part in the January 2012 River of Stones.
For more Stones from day 10 click here.
My other stones so far…
Stone # 1
Stone # 2
Stone # 3
Stone # 4
Stone # 5
Stone # 6
Stone # 7
Stone # 8
Stone # 9
Stone # 11
Stone # 12
Stone # 13
Stone # 14
Stone # 15
Stone # 16
Stone # 17
Stone # 18
Stone # 19
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Published by Jo Bryant
I was born in the land of Banjo Paterson, gum trees, and weather extremes.
I am a freelance photographer. I love to make images that make people happy. To capture forever a precious moment.
I am also a freelance writer/editor.
I live in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, but still like to claim my Australian heritage.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Communications in 2008.
I am writing my first novel.
I love to write poetry, short stories, and also write for the web.
And there is nothing that is on a par with a sunny summer's day spent at Waihi Beach.
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These are the best stones since Jagger and Richards and company! Yes, it’s me again! I forgot to tell you in December a short piece of fiction I wrote came out in December in the anthology titled WTF?! So, I’m officially a professional now.
My piece involves a fictional Civil War in the year 2039 between America’s right-wing loonies and left wing loonies.
I wanted to thank you and the others again for offering me encouragement. It means a lot coming from people who aren’t relatives or close friends.
Well done you !!! Love the anthology’s title…and you are welcome. It is only what you deserve. Just remember me when you’re big and famous huh ???
Ha! Thanks! I don’t think anyone could ever forget a character like you!
So I am a character am I ? Okay – that’s all good…hehehe
“Everybody must get stoned…” (Dylan)
Not anymore…it is a wonder my brain still functions after the rather hazy days of my youth…hehehe
You are so awake, Jo…so awake.:)
What a lovely thing to say dear Brynne…
Great, great stone! Lovely.
Thank you Angeline.
Lovely words. I loved nature cradles me.
Thank you !! I feel like she does here. I’m lucky where I get to live, each morning (even the rainy, cold ones) are a gift to wake to here.
Thanks Robyn – it was a sunrise that made you fall into stillness with the watching…
I get this. You’re good at this stone lark aren’t you?! Lovely pic, love the colours.
What a lovely thing to say Marcia – thank you !!
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