When They Fall

Putting My Feet in the Dirt Prompt#2 Erasing Clouds

 

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The clouds above my head can float down and smother mountain tops

they can  wrap themselves around the tallest trees and cling to the sides of hills

without making a sound.

Sometimes they drift down and stroll through dark alleys and there is not denying it-

Clouds may look puffy and sweet like sweet little lambs drifting through a field of blue grass covering golden yellow fields in the morning and red and orange in the evening

but do you know what I think?

I think they’re wicked.

Sometimes, just because they can,  I think they dive into the ocean and when they break they turn into waves

solid

unforgiving  towering walls of water that can break bone, shatter ships made of metal and wood and their hands can sweep whales to the shore as easily as they can pry open your jaws and fill your lungs with-

Clouds.

 

I’ve Seen Them Dancing

 

I know that the cool kids love Summer and adore the Spring, but I am a Fall and Winter girl and these two seasons inspire and exciteme.

This quote expresses my feelings perfectly.

 

“Anyone who thinks fallen leaves are dead has never watched them dancing on a windy day.” – Shira Tamir

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Linda G Hill’s One Liner Wednesday Prompt 9-2-20

So Far So Good

My first Halloween/Fall finds

of

2020

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Photo A.M. Moscoso

I’ve had the lanterns for a couple of years, but my niece thought these would look nice together and I think she is right.

Photo A.M. Moscoso

 The Gargoyle is part of my collection, he just looks so cheerful I knew he’d be perfect for this picture.