Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Together For Ever.

I love this shot.
A couple walking forward determined with a mind set to getting to where they are going.
Each step is sturdy and the health and vigour in these two should rub off on the rest of us.

I can never get enough of the diversity of chickens and roosters we find in nature.
Some are huge, some are small and fluffy. Some are colorful and some look like
something out of a designer magazine.

Too bad we can't keep and breed them in our yards in cities.
Would be nice to collect eggs every morning and say hello to birds which provide us with so much.
Walk with me and I will show you yellow grains upon the sea.
Walk with me and I will show you lands unknown to thee
Walk and see the colors, beating in my heart
Walk and see the shooting stars on a clear black night
Walk with me and trust my soul as being one, with you
Walk with me through life my friend and
Let me walk alongside you.
A Lady's Life



George said...

I really like your poem. Betsy and I enjoy walking together.

A Lady's Life said...

George - you are lucky to have such a nice friendship and love to enjoy
doing the things you love. :)

Lorna said...

This post touched my heart.

A Lady's Life said...

Thanks Lorna :)

Diane Tolley said...

Beautiful poem! One of the things that my Husby and I most enjoy together is walking! And walking through life together? Paradise! Thank you for sharing!

A Lady's Life said...

Welcome Diane. I see many couples walking together and I think this is a beautiful sight.

Practical Parsimony said...

I live in the city and collect eggs everyday.

A Lady's Life said...

\many East Indians have small coops in their back yards in summer Chickens are quiet It's the roosters that are the trouble makers with their crowing.
In North Van bears come down the ravine and they can smell a chicken coop for miles and come in to the back yard to eat them. So if you don't make a strong cage you get a 250 dollar fine cause you train the bear to come where people live.
If the coop can't be broken then the bear sees he gets nothing and goes away.
North Van is not that far away.