10.06.2009

Bed of Pebbles


lying on the pebbles of your shore
each cell quiets
heart calm
breathing slows
gentle breeze
like fingers
kneading massaging
the flesh of my spirit
lapping waves
a lullaby
rocking me to and fro
held in your embrace
~

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65 comments:

  1. Beautiful shot, beautiful words.

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  2. I love the mountain as the backdrop, so blue! Great composition.

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  3. Beatiful shot's . Thank you for visiting !

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  4. what a peaceful view, and a beautiful writing to go with it...thanks for sharing, have a great day! :D

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  5. What a beautiful view! I'd love to be standing right there looking out at the mountains! :)

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  6. Beautiful scenery and words.

    Thanks for sharing and your visit.

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  7. Beautiful and tranquil.
    Great words.
    Thanks for sharing.

    Regina

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  8. This brings me so much peace today Tammie... Thank you :)

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  9. That was a great photo and I particularly love the large pebbles.

    Nuts in May

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  10. love how you composed this photo...

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  11. Beautiful<3 I love how stones and pebbles heat up in summer and they feel nice and warm when you touch them ^^

    Also, thank you so much for your comment:)

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  12. I found that soothing just reading it. Thanks!

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  13. Your poem reminds me of the massage pebbles that parks in Singapore and malaysia have for people to walk and have reflexory at the same time. Boy!~ they hurt.

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  14. It's like I can feel the cool gentle breeze there !

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  15. Let's see...do I want to be there or getting ready for work here? Let me think! Thanks for taking me away if just for a few minutes...now back to reality. Beautiful photo & beautiful words...thank you:)

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  16. What a great shot, and the poem is beautiful.

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  17. Beautiful landscape.
    Great shot.
    And the poem is lovely.

    Thanks for visiting me too

    Gunilla

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  18. looks so relaxing...great capture....

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  19. That is a beautiful photo!

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  20. Absolutely stunning view ... lovely poem ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  21. It is beautiful view...Happy watery Wednesday.

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  22. Seeing a picture like this makes me want to go back and see the mountains. Always love it when I am there. What a gorgeous photo. Looking at it just instills peace in your soul! Thanks!

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  23. What a dramatic and yet intimate landscape and photo... I love the colors and clouds... the light ... just gorgeous! I can see how your heart would calm ... lovely words.

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  24. Like your rhythm and the worlds rhythm merging as One.

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  25. Beautiful word crafting - I felt my shoulders drop a couple of inches just reading them.

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  26. Such lovely, soft words to accompany your photo of rugged mountain scenery!

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  27. Love it! Becoming as one with the earth...
    Janice.

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  28. This is a beautiful place.. Very dreamy..

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  29. Using the pebbles in front gives the photo a whole new perspective. I have been to this lake, but thanks for another image.

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  30. Very beautiful. I love the angle at which you took this photo.

    Thank you for visiting my blog, too.

    Happy WW!

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  31. Fantastic angle. I can hear the lullaby!

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  32. Tammie, these rocks, big and small, so immutable. How frail we are.

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  33. Such a calm and refreshing energy comes from your blog. I love the photos. They are magnificent!!! thanks so much for coming by.

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  34. It almost looks like the westcoast of Norway! Blue mountains in the distance, and sea and rocks in front. A beautiful shot!

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  35. So soothing...lovely image and poem.

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  36. The soft colors of this photo soothe the soul. What beautiful work you do.

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  37. Oh my goodness, this is BEAUTIFUL!
    How I'd love to live in the mountains.

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  38. this kind of beauty makes you feel small. :)

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  39. Wonderful photo of Lake Mcdonald, we stayed near the lodge there. It is a beautiful place and the mountains are gorgeous.

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  40. Tammie, thanks for visiting our blog too and I am so glad I found yours; beautiful photos. I will learn a lot from you!

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  41. What a beautiful photograph and poem.

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  42. Ah, my spirit and soul are calmed and refreshed. Are you getting covered in snow?

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  43. A beautiful scene and beautiful words.

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  44. Serene picture and equally beautiful words to match.

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  45. Wow! What an incredibly beautiful spot! A wonderful capture with great words and thoughts. So pretty!

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  46. I love this picture. The contrast between the pebbles and the mighty mountains, it gives a sense of everything being in its right place.

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  47. This must have been from your visit to Lake McDonald...with the first little dusting of snow beyond. There should be lots more today!!
    ahhh....what happened to Fall??
    Love your poem and depth of vision in the photo (and words!)
    love you!!

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  48. Wow!
    Your depth of field always amazes me and this one is no different. I feel like I'm standing on those pebbles and wish for wings to fly to that mountain far under the blue hole in the sky.
    Stunning!

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  49. Beautifil words to go with a beautiful picture Tammie.

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  50. Lovely pebbles and beautiful words.

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  51. What a beautiful picture - everything is is focus. Thanks

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  52. A beautiful calm post, Tammie...
    Always lovely to visit you. Just to Zen or zone out of everyday life...
    I wish I could be somewhere peaceful like this place and magically jump into your lovely photo!;)
    Jo.x

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  53. Hi Tammie,
    What a lovely, muted autumn photo - water, rock, leaf, and sky. Your poem is also subtly muted but speaks to me loud and clear.

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  54. Reading it gave me a certain calmness. The photo is amazing. The contrast of white against that blue is lovely!

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  55. Wow! it seems like a well planned painting. Great landscape!!!
    Very well captured!

    Now comes your lines...I really have no words to describe it! Itz great...simply great!
    Thanks for sharing:)

    Thanks for your kind words in my blog...please keep visiting :)

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  56. makes me long for Glacier NP ever more...soothing poem.

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  57. Tammie: Love the view of the rock strewn shoreline.

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  58. Gorgeous! I especially love the first photo!

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  59. Beatiful shot's . Thank you for visiting ! Work From Home

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  60. Tammie style cool image :)

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie