Poem and #PictureOfTheDay: 05/Feb/22

Gentle flows the brook
over soft falls of hidden
rock rounded by time

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7 thoughts on “Poem and #PictureOfTheDay: 05/Feb/22

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    1. Aye, the stream has run for centuries, Barbara. And the underlying bed of sandstone mixed with ironstone provides a sturdy grounding. But, as you say, water is a determined smoother of all it flows across.

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  2. This takes me back to my youth! I have fished in many small streams like this. One of the last times I was 6 months pregnant with my first child, and the highlight was landing in the stream and walking out several miles soaking wet. My Doctor was horrified, but my Mother and I laughed ourselves silly. There are many streams like that to pick fiddleheads. They are wonderfully sweet greens and to me a delicacy. Thanks for posting.

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