Recall Your Dreams

Sunrise at the end of December ©️Merril D. Smith 2020

I am after beauty–
searching for it, an old friend
who vanished, but returned

~in the glorious pink of dawn~

the moon sings farewell
as she sets over the blue river,
and a heron soars white

~in a soft wind-whisper~

I hear life,
in shadowed language, full of ifs,
it murmurs,

~recall ~

your dreams,
the scent of summer rain,
the light after the storm clouds part.

It’s been quite a year, hasn’t it? And it may get worse before it gets better. But I decided to consult the Oracle, and she’s given a hopeful message. Happy New Year to all of you!
(This started as a Puente, but it just kept going, sort of like this year.)

43 thoughts on “Recall Your Dreams

  1. What a beautiful picture, the delicate black tracery against the pink!
    I love that idea of beauty being like an old friend who turned up again 🙂 Must visit the Oracle. I knew there was something I had to do this evening.

  2. What a fabulous picture to go with this beautiful puente (who says there can’t be more than one bridge crossing a winding creak?)
    So lovely to read an uplifting message on this, the last day of a year that had so many challenges of all sorts but, when we tried to, we found some beauty.

  3. Oh. Hit send too quickly!
    Happy New Year Merril to you and Doug and your girls and their families… May 2021 bring you much love and laughter, joy and bliss, health and wealth!

  4. Love the storyline,happy new year to you too.Kindly let me know how i can improve my writing check me out at mwanziajeffrey.wordpress.com

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