Monday, August 27, 2012

Northwest August

 
Big Room, 1948, by Andrew Wyeth
 
Open windows wide
let soft breezes warm the house
soak up dazzling beams
leave the fire unlit until
clouds prevail and sun retreats
 
 
 

15 comments:

  1. I join you in the celebration of Northwest Augusts! We are most blessed.

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  2. There is such a thing as perfect loveliness..here it is!

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  3. Sounds like a Seattle summer... :-)

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  4. nice...there is nice life in your words....a breath of fresh air through the window is def needed in this room...

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  5. A beautiful time of year indeed! :-)

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  6. perfection in just a few lines- simply lovely T

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  7. Could feel the sun on my face!

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  8. Almost a painting in words.
    I'm not a robot. I've never been a robot. I never will be a robot and I resent having to waste time proving it. Please get rid. Nearly everyone else has. I can see the point of WV on financial/shopping sites etc, but on poetry blogs? Perleeeese!

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    1. I heartily second that ! It took me SIX goes before I had a bat's chance in hell of reading the rubbish served up to me!

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  9. Always good to keep a little warmth in reserve...

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  10. heehee

    Still chuckling at the vehemence with which you were asked to rid yourself of word verification.

    ;)

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