Invisible Connection   20 comments

Raven’s call stirs a an invisible summer breeze lifting a feather that twists and floats magically for a time that can’t be counted. Raven dances around a blue glass bead and calls again.

Ravens

Ravens (Photo credit: Sergey Yeliseev)

Dear BJ,

I remembered some ravens playing in a field that Sif and I watched while we were waiting for the ferry in Haines, Alaska.  One in particular had a blue glass bead that that it picked up and carried around then talked to.  Earlier that morning I was on the balcony of our hotel overlooking the sound and a feather floated past the balcony .  I was so mesmerized I couldn’t stop watching long enough to call Sif to watch.  I was working on the open prompt for Trifextra Week-Seventy Three and I started with hot air and got here.  Somehow I find them connected.

With Love,

Bill

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Posted July 6, 2013 by Balvah in Trifecta

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20 responses to “Invisible Connection

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  1. I love how your back story so perfectly meshes with your poem. There are magical moments all around us if we only know to look. Glad you captured your moment; in words and in memories. We are the beneficiaries of your keen eye. 🙂

  2. How wonderful to connect the images! A unique and intriguing piece, Bill. Really nicely done :)))

  3. I apologize for my terrible error. I did not do this correctly and thank you for pointing it out to me. I am truly sorry.

  4. Bill, you have such a way of giving me a beautiful visual with your writing. Thank you! 🙂

  5. love the visual.

  6. This is beautiful–as delicate and graceful as a feather falling.

  7. you write of my home with love. I know that sign from Homer – was just there last weekend. It’s less than two hours away from me. 🙂 And, the ravens of which you speak? Tricksters that they are . . . two of them caused a two hour power outage July 4th. 🙂

    • We really enjoyed Anchorage and all the great places to visit in the state. The wildlife is definitely inspiring and intertwined with life everywhere.

  8. So much beautiful imagery in so few words! A raven dancing around a blue glass bead-those are words to fall in love with:)

  9. Beautifully written! Love the raven with the blue glass bead.

  10. Gorgeous – a moment perfectly captured. Nice job!

  11. Shiny things! (:

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