Seeking

Secrets sought
and love lost
are rarely discovered
in fog filtered
reflections from
restless river
surfaces.
Seek out still
waters under
cloudless skies,
where you will
find clear images
to consider
and truer
paths to
pursue.

For The Mag image prompt.

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16 Comments

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16 responses to “Seeking

  1. but that is often where we go to find them….i def like to find the water just to hear it roll and in that find my way…clearer skies to you…

  2. Laurie Kolp

    I love the way this sounds:

    fog filtered
    reflections from
    restless river
    surfaces

  3. Tess Kincaid

    Fog filtered…restless river…very nice…

  4. yeah, it would be nice to have a clear image after that!!

    under windsor bridge senryu

  5. fog filtered reflections is def wow!

  6. Much wisdom in your melodic words…

  7. clear images
    to consider
    and truer
    paths to
    pursue.

    …I like that!

  8. I like the flow of this very much.

    =)

  9. Enjoyed reading this… very lyrical 🙂

  10. Linda Fraser

    Your reflections from the river water made my day, Mark. I love the title and I have to say I have a passion for rivers. Thanks for sharing this. =D

  11. Karen S.

    Ah it only one could stumble upon those truer paths so much sooner than not! Excellent write!

  12. great alliteration here.

  13. dulcinaandgnome

    A poem deeper than the waters of the river, beautifully worded and constructed. Sounds like a song.
    Some people prefer searching in darkness for they are afraid of the Truth or… blind.

Some of what I write is true, some is fiction; most is merely possibility.

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