25 Replies to “Morning Trails”

    1. well…the reason I don’t have a like button is because it lists all the “gravatars” and I like to keep the look of the blog clean and simple. Thanks for taking the time to comment.

  1. I can envision them in their delicate stepping- all beauty and grace. Last night the stars were incredibly sharp so they would have had a heavenly backdrop. I love the way you take a scene and make it come alive with your words. Thank you. 🙂

  2. This is an exquisite poem. I really love the imagery of snow which sparkles like starlight ~ or did you mean that the deer came at night when stars were shining. You are such a great poet that you leave me imagining, dreaming, pondering with just 10 words!

  3. Reminds me of a pretty song;

    And I long to go
    Love started here
    Shoot your star
    Be a light
    Is that

    Don’t you call
    Deer stop bottle in a shell
    Shoot a thousand stars over me
    Love to come home
    You’ve arrested a knight

    Say my name
    Whisper it, don’t ever turn
    I’m deliciously wired
    I’m falling in a cloud

    Deer stop bottle in a shell
    Shoot a thousand stars over
    Say my name
    Whisper it.

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