just the title called me, but the words have me thinking and feeling calm and curious at the same time
I'm glad for your response, Linda ... exactly what I was feeling ... calm about letting go of what was, feeling/seeing the new emerge, and also curious what incredible beauty I know lies ahead ... :)
From the perspective of the bear coming out of hibernation, wouldn't spring be even more spectacular?
What an amazing thought that is! I'm going to walk through this day with the eyes of a bear. :)
guess what on the way to the studio yesterday up on the mountain I saw a bear cub, a yearling, he was walking along the road and when I drove up I slowed down and he looked back over his shoulder at me, they must be out of their dens now, of course I thought of you and your poem
Oh, Linda, how wonderful! I'm so glad you came back and shared that with me. Very, very cool.
Sweet! Full of peace and life.
Thank you, Bill. :)
delicate, contemplative, full of gentle melancholy.happiness too.
Thank you so much, Friko, for this thoughtful comment.
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