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I stretched forth my armsto the sky as rich sunrays bakedmy brown skin creation-blackPhoto Source: Moonk 97 on Flickr
Title: Back to the Motherland - Day 72:365
Profacero-Thank you. How have you been? How is that Louisiana sun treating you? :)
Wow, loving this and the picture...how are you Mr. Bess?
So beautiful! I hope you and the loved oned ones are well. Here we are all well. Happy spring may be coming soon. We had a teaser a couple of weeks ago, and now it is a little chilly again (highs in the low 50's) but that is not too bad. Soon enough it will be nice and warm again!
There's a kind of sunlight that I enjoy...not the hot, burning one, the mellow one, at 4:30 pm. Is that your photo? It's lovely...being one with the land.
Cathy-Just excited about June.Cat-Yes, this weather has been crazy! -- One day 90 next day 60. Thanks as always. GG-Yes, that's the golden time of day. No, there is a link to the photo at the bottom of the post. Thanks for stopping in.Christina-Thank you. have a great weekend!
I like this very much, So few words, such depth of meaning.
Wow, that's awesome!
I like this,the words give you a lovely mental image and you sort of imagine yourself under a scorching sun - my brown skin glistening under the sunrays - love the way you did that. Picture works great too.
Zooms-Thank you. It's my love for what the Bible calls "the lesser light."Emil-Thank you, brother. How are you?Lisaacs-Yes, makes me ready for the summer. :) Thanks and yes...you should write some haiku.
Lisaacs-...some more haiku. :)
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