Poetry and such like.
Shay---Most people would use the word "fairly" instead of "fair," but your choice gave it an old-world feel...Such a simple idea, yet put in such a profound way. WTF did you threaten those spirits with, to come up with this gem during the GBBO (Great Blog Black Out)?
Words to meditate upon - one more turning wheel of life...beautifully expressed.
the wheels on the bike go round and round round and round round and round the wheels on the bike go round and round round and round round and round all through the town...ok everyone now...the wheels on the bike go round and round round and round round and round....and the wheel turns, turns turns to every season turns turns....
^^^Brian, don't make me have to hurt you.
Shay, I agree with what Sioux said about "fair" vs. fairly. Beautifully written...short and sweet and the image is perfect. Miss you, amiga!PS - I'll hurt Brian for you. ;)
Like Ily said - short and sweet. Just lovely, my friend.
Very much in the spirit of Emily--love the caps. She might have enjoyed biking--in a veil or something. I've always thought of wheels as eating the distance, with their inexorable revolving movement, the future road becoming the road in the rearview, and your metaphor takes it even further and better very naturally.
again! how do you keep doing that? so perfect, so beautiful, so concise. one more word would have ruined it.
Beautiful and perfect, as always:)
This is gorgeous, Shay. Simple and perfect - just like a wheel.
Just wonderful, Shay. Short, sweet, and poignant. Delightful!
Nice job, Shay.Loved your last post and description of @#$%^! Blogger :-)Happy weekend, jj
A new spin on the wheel ..... yessss
Good verse and photo too! Mad Kane
Nice "Emilyesque" verse and I love the photo too!
Just lovely. I liked that piece very much.Patwww.critteralley.blogspot.com
Beautiful Dickinson stuff. I love your voice here!
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