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pink rose bud

I posted this 2 years ago this month. I am astounded at how long I’ve been here, still writing, still sharing, still pondering my paths in the sand, the cracks in the paths, the color of sky, mists and dried grasses… And I love this little paper guy.

Please Enjoy… I did… Again.

tears flow again yet
I without imagery
blind are glass sky eyes. las

15 thoughts on “Blinded by Sky Eyes

    1. ĽAdelaide says:

      Thank you, Gretchen. I’m so glad you enjoyed this.


  1. SwittersB says:

    Lovely, sweet, a touch of melancholy.


    1. ĽAdelaide says:

      Thanks, Switters… Yes, just a touch. 😉


  2. doronart says:

    It is great and I wish to be blessed with you around for many more to come, Happy New Year ❤ X


    1. ĽAdelaide says:

      And I feel the same way about you, dear Doron. Happy happy 2015. xoxoxo


  3. Mel says:

    He’s a keeper, worthy of a replay. I like him peeking around that corner in hopeful anticipation.
    Bit like me in this New Year….hopeful and anticipatory.
    Life is good, ya know….with the bumps and curves and rocky bits of the road, it’s still been one heck of an adventure. And with good company along the way….who could ask for more!
    Happy 2 years!! 🙂


    1. ĽAdelaide says:

      I’m not feeling so hopeful just now… hoping after this bug disappears I rejuvenate a bit in that dept. ((((Mel)))


      1. Mel says:

        ((((((((( Linda )))))))))))) Bugs suck…….unless they’re THE Bug–in which case they’re 5 year old sources of GREAT joy.
        Feel better–and be kind to yourself, eh?


  4. susancrow says:

    A sweet and sentimental piece, indeed.
    Please get better quick – stuff to do..


    1. ĽAdelaide says:

      Dearheart, I am getting better. I am impatient. A problem and not healing in any way.

      Isn’t it a sweet little video? 🙂


  5. Leya says:

    Lovely and sad…


    1. ĽAdelaide says:

      To me, little paper guy seems to exemplify the plight of humanity, the miscommunications, the little wounds, slings & arrows we find along the way…or how they find us. Yes, I did feel a twinge of sadness and even a tear when I first saw this but think that might be why I like it.

      Blessings to you…


      1. Leya says:

        Yes, that’s why…


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