Fare Thee Well


feathered ones know
winter says goodbye
in snow

15 thoughts on “Fare Thee Well”

  1. Really lovely! I liked a lot your photo, I liked a lot your words. The archaic Fare thee well, in other, reveals to me the meaning of farewell: thank you!

  2. Oh, how I wish it were so, but the rains come and go, in-between the snow, and I keep thinking, when will winter finally go?

    What a long haul it’s been — rain since the beginning of last July, and the only break was snow. The rain keeps tricking me, I keep thinking that winter is over, then more snow, but this time, I do think it may be gone.
    …I hope!

    1. That is one long stretch of a rainy season! It’s feast or famine. As soon as I put the yaktracks away – it snows again. We’ve been known to have snow in May. I hope blue skies, sunshine and spring makes it to your door soon!

Leave a Reply