The Walk In The Woods

The Walk in the Woods

by Pauline Harris

Leaves scattered

Along the path

Rocks deeply embedded

Wind rushing through

Whistling in the branches

I stumble and falter

Tired from the trek

On a tree stump, I sit

My gaze wonders

Around my area


Onto a flower

Laying quietly

Still near water

A puddle in a stump

As if it is floating

And yet so still


The water reflecting

All surrounding it

Deeply lucid

Encompassing

Vastness

And my gaze goes inwards


As if falling until

A drip of water

Lands upon my face

Waking me

From the daydream

And left me to ponder

Where to go next

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