Listening for the words in a quiet corner of the night. The fiction, poetry, and photography of Jason Evans.
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A wonderful haiku Jason.Together with the beautiful photo, it just left me mesmerized.
I will bed the dawn - lovely, on a mountain...And the photo... how rich it is...
I will rise alonefrom mountains dark nighttime bed.leave you the warm sheets
LOL@ walking man's retort!I like the haiku :)
Shadow, I'm sure we can find a mountain for you.Margaret, thank you! I took this photo (and others) through the windshield of the car as I drove to a speaking engagement in Pittsburgh. The morning sun had broken through the clouds behind me.Vesper, on a mountain...very true. Aine can vouch. ;)Walking Man, perhaps the warmth is your gift.Mona, I like Walking Man's continuation too.
a wonderful use of words and great picture.much love
Are you illustrating the photo or does the photo illustrate your words?Both beautiful together.
This brings back memories of a mountain climb I went on several years ago. I climbed Mount Moses only so I could watch the sun rise amidst the open rawness of mountains and crags and desert. It was such an experience I repeated it five times. That's a lovely photo, and "tuck me on mountains" says it all for me.
Oh my goodness, such poetic words. "I will bed the dawn", how original!
I love when the mountains look like this - dark sky, mist rising, sun dappling the treetops. Your words intone here - like a chant.
"tuck me on the mountains" - beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!
Oh Jason, suddenly I felt so large, expansive, and it didn't matter that at that girth my breasts rolled off me. All earth I became.Apparently I'm very receptive to suggestion this morning. Gorgeous photo to accompany such few words that hold such vast potential.xoerin
That was lovely Jason. I love misty mountains. The words fitted the picture perfectly. :)
Stacey, much appreciated. :)Jean, I hope they are equal parts. Each would be less without the other.Nevine, that's a beautiful memory. I like making the effort to see and feel things like that morning. Thanks for sharing the experience. :)Amias, thanks. :)Kaye, I think it's cool that you know these mountains well.Karen, I could use the rest.Erin, thanks for embracing this so strongly. I felt the hugeness in your words.Akasha, I was in the north this weekend. The mists were rolling through.
A complete journey in three verses - brilliant!:-Dlove,me
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