Winter throwback






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  • Into her river.

    This is a great reminder that the pain of old foolish days has withered. I like how these pictures reaches beneath the surface, very much like the feeling I have now. Reaching deeper down, trying to connect a little each day.

    Maybe that is what the trees are doing. Seems to be growing, amping up for something to come. Especially in the first picture. And the cracks of light in the sky above. Quite romantic, loveable, like the sky is parting for you.

    Ooh, I want to know what those trees are saying in the second one. Because they look so secretive. I bet they’re whispering sweet nothings to each other. I know how trees are.

    I remember that river. Can’t tell you all the dipping into thoughts, so far away. Not to say I won’t whisper them later on. On her snowy banks you can rest.

    And the last one looks like a hug. Or a hug to be. Like seeing someone you haven’t seen for a long time and just can’t help but open up your arms to them. Stretched out arms such a high feeling.

    Sometimes perfect don’t have to be more difficult. Is that why trees are so wise? They stand there and watch our drama thinking: “for goodness sake you love each other any fool can see. Don’t make it complicated. Reach you branch deep. Be kind and take care of each other. It ain’t harder.”

    For me this became a reminder that it’s alright to love. And if anyone questions, remember it has not always got reasons as such, it’s a beautiful feeling. It leaves you blue sometimes, it’s okay, there’s great love in blue. In fact the greatest.

    Thank you for reminding me what an awesome year it’s been. Felt quite drained today not myself at all. Writing this has put a lot of thoughts into place.

    I see things changing and I couldn’t be happier or more proud. <3

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