Tuesday, May 29

my heart illuminated

it is late in the evening the windows are wide open trying to catch every breeze that comes up and through this hill. there is music playing and right now i hear the violin and cello more than all the rest.  the evening breeze she is a friend who comes when she hears your heart call, when she feels the words become caught between your rib cage and skin. it is incredible how quickly i fell into this piece of music,  a transporter of time. twirling away from you and towards you and for you. if i was daring i would walk out into the blackened sky feeling the earth with my naked feet, hands reaching for what my eyes can not see but the illumination in my heart would guide me and i would find you, fall for you. you would be staring back at me through the darkness that was time past, wasted,  i am not daring so i let the breeze and the violin stir in me as i feel natures breath on my soul,  my fingers open and i let it slip away..

*inspired by music i heard on a movie trailer by composer harry scott, perhaps i listened to it over hundred times.
* photographs a quick walk in the forest today before a menacing storm

13 comments:

Jen said...

Wow--that was an incredibly lovely and moving little journey you just took me on.

Sarah said...

oh my gosh, this is beautiful. I wish I had a good comment to write...I can feel it all, the movement, the darkness, the breeze. It gave me chills when I read this.
Thank you for always stirring up something beautiful inside of me. :)
Sarah

Dottie said...

The approaching storm brought some beautiful mood lighting for these pictures.

Anonymous said...

I see you and your new camera have bonded.

Domenico

joanne said...

Such an atmospheric light - so wonderful, and as usual, achingly beautiful images...

Debie Grace said...

Beautiful. <3

KT Mac said...

Such a lovely moment with movement.

Sweet Life Farm said...

Poetic and haunting; your words, your wishes, your photos…capture beauty and longing, reminiscent of another era.

Valentina said...

your picture is always in this style, you feel it? smile

A.W. said...

lovely lovely post. your writing is simply gorgeous.

Maia said...

So beautiful these twilight pictures and your words.

Annette Wilson said...

your photos and words are so still and lovely. eeeek, totally keeping tabs on this blog forever more! xxx

Dona said...

Mesmerizing. Could you share the Harry Scott piece you love. To put music with your written words would be magical.

~Thank You