take my hand and climb with me…

two hundred and eighty two degrees: ‘maybe this is how…’

Supposed To Be ~ Jack Johnson

two hundred and eighty two

sun sinks slow

caressing the earth

where nape meets sky

touch ignites

to glow


twilight deepens

a thin sickle slice

( o f   s i l v e r )

hovers above

the crest


this reluctant parting

however brief

the goodbye


Looking forward as we rewind…

3 comments on “two hundred and eighty two degrees: ‘maybe this is how…’

  1. Moazzam Shaikh
    July 10, 2013

    I nominated you for wonderful team membership award. Please visit this link http://moazzamshaikh.wordpress.com/2013/07/10/wonderful-team-membership-award/. Congrats.

  2. seanbidd
    July 13, 2013

    Sometimes I just want to remember, the way it was in the back of my mind, light slowly vanishing after a dust filled day, now just a red heart sun bending through the curves so far out there, hours fading as the minutes play, waiting for the night to ponder post a tropical haze in journey, where crisp sounds they wake through the grasses, scattered across the red dunes as the Antarctic winds blow, fine red earth caught all through your hair, tangled in the moment the back country shares, soon to be lent within the ways wake after day, as the desert night breeze dances, caresses your face, far beyond the tall blue with their leaves, a whole other place, just a little, out in the never never, lost…

    I think sometimes I become a little little lost in what I write, this winter has been a little like that. But sometimes different things, images, remind me of all that I call home, and it’s a big place, so diverse, to be able to live anywhere upon its earth or waters…

  3. Pingback: Red earth living | Sean Bidd

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