"Breathe-in experience, breathe-out Poetry"
Loved the 3rd line :-)
Thank you, GS,,I'd like to spy on a rabbit warren, without my dog of course :-)
I didn't quite get the last line but I enjoyed the feelings of fresh snow and winter.
Thank you for your words, Ben. A warren is a burrow or a hole underground where rabbits make their nest. I would love to come across one.
Lovely stone.... and haiga too!!
Thank you so much Wabi Sabi :-)
...Rabbits, could be hiding under my shed. The homecoming is for our Junior fire-fighter friend. I wonder if our local news will cover a caravan of volunteer firetrucks taking our friend home? While not injured in the line of duty, and in a coma for two months, and in intense rehab for two more months...home will be a very good place to be.
Thank you for your visit and explanation, Jules. I think some of these rabbits may be under my shed too, :-)
Well I have some corrections...Time though seems to like to play tricks on us when we are healing and in recovery (and hoping for the same for those we care about). Our friend was in a coma for two weeks, in intensive care for about a month, then in rehab for about two more. And the homecoming was on the 6 o'clock news and in the paper this morning. Thanks for your visit and lovely comments on my 'small moon stones' today.