Haiku For You
Morning Jenn :-)
that river is the longest one in north america....not sure about the white rock fortress..but then that would be you ;0)
There is a place in Montana where the white cliffs surround the "belly" of the Missouri River. They look like warriors guarding her from passerby's. Many years ago a friend of mine was canoeing through the river, near Memorial Day, and shot some footage for a video he wanted to do. It was just before someone vandalized what is known as the "eye of the needle," a natural formation of rock that looked like the eye of a needle. The rocks were very much a part of that stretch of river. :-)
Thank you d~
Love all things water. Beautiful.
Me too Amy, it is powerful, erotic, emotional, and necessary:-)
How refreshing your blog is. You say a lot in just a few words and you say it beautifully. Thanks for the visit.dreamweaver
Thank you Debra. It is nice to have you visit. :-)
I like it. I have no clue what "belly of her soul" means, but I like it. :-)
Heheheh, you make me smile Beverly. The image in my mind, of the area most familiar to me, belonging to the Missouri is in Montana. The river runs swiftly through large portions of that, the center most predominantly. The soul of the river (in my mind) is the force and direction of the water flow, in this case, it is the portion that is protected by the walls of white cliffs to either side. So the river's center would be it's belly (much like our center is not too far from that)... and the soul is the moving force that makes it come to life.
keep the calminf haikus coming all week; have kids home, just finished a trip out to my mother's with two boys and gerblls. my blood pressure took another dip. thank you!
I will be happy to provide with a moment of quiet :-) Two boys and gerbils, now THAT sounds like a fun title for a story... hehehhe...
I like this one!!Kathyhttp://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com/
Thank you Kathy.
Lovely. Soothing. Delightful. ♥
Purrrrrs... thank you Jo.
I so love your work - and the design of this blog - beautiful!
Thank you Sylvia... sometimes the lack of colour is calming to me too.
One word....AWESOME! I love it! I love how you personified the rock with having a belly and soul. Just magnificent!
Linda, thank you so much. It can be quite the challenge, and it is always nice when someone recognized just where :-)
Everyone or thing needs a fortress...even a might river! Thank you!
Perhaps the mighty rivers need them even more... hmmm or they could just grab the culprits and pull them under. hehhe
Your wording really spoke to me. Thank you for sharing :)
Thank you for taking a peek Jenni :-)
Thank you Elaine :-)
Wow. Really, really love this one. Belly of her soul ... beautiful.Alana
:-) Thank you Alana, the place I was writing about has some spectacular beauty surrounding the river. It almost feels as though the rocks around her are living guards there to protect her.
"Life is to be lived. If you have to support yourself you bloody well better find a way that is going to be interesting." Katherine Hepburn