It doesn’t have to bethe blue iris, it could beweeks in a vacant lot, or a fewsmall stones; justpay attention, then patch
a few words together and don’t tryto make them elaborate, this isn’ta contest but the doorway
into thanks, and a silence in whichanother voice may speak.
3 thoughts on “Choosing to Pay Attention.”
oh well said-happy friday
Mary Oliver has a way of showing us how important the landscape around us can be. Thank you for bringing this poem to my attention today.
Oh! I just love this: photo +words. Perfect blend. Cheers~
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