3 comments on “The Wind didn’t come from the Orchard—today—

  1. Excellent friend….Wind and mind connected with a special connectivity module to poets and artists…Happy that havoc creating hurricane is depicted masculine unlike Katrina,tsunami by Emily and you..The visualisation of wind combing the morning sky is an eye feast and only a true nature lover like you can photograph such exquisite hour of moment so beautifully…Loved the pictures and so much related to the Great legend’s poem…Keep writing my dear friend and keep spreading the fragrance of poetry and pictures..

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    • Such heartwarming words Komal, poetic too! Thank you so much friend, for always encouraging me. Your observation is interesting too. Much love and gratitude.

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  2. Of all the things I enjoyed about this post, best of all is the imagery of what the wind carries with it — dropping burs, flinging sand, and so on. The wind itself is invisible. Only the movement of the material world shows its passing. My favorite book of the Christian Bible is John, and in the third chapter there are these words: “The wind blows where it wills; and though you hear its sound, yet you neither know where it comes from nor where it is going…” I think it’s lovely, and one of those verses that cuts across every sort of divide.

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