This is just a poem inspired by a walk in the river valley.


River Valley Recollections




Golden Bursts...

A wondrous first: no rays of sunshine the same...

A beautiful pastel terrain;

Wandering beneath a canopy of light--

A sense of pedestrian delight!

Cerulean--enjoying an artistic point of view...


Feeling enveloped with wonder, excitement:

Never an indictment; the river a dynamic diamond...it being the fuel


For Poetic Imagination



And


Amazing Inspiration!


Recording time...


A moment so kind...


So pleasurable: not walking a fine line; but traipsing about--

There's no doubt: there's beauty in every day;


I am thankful for this snapshot of time:

A Wondrous Token Keeping My Eyes Open...




Carpe Diem...



Tempest Fugit...


Quaecumque Vera...



And To Ourselves Be true:
which is what God always knew.





Poetry by Alison Clarke
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Written on 2006-08-24 at 13:17

Tags Recollections  River  Valley 

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lastromantichero The PoetBay support member heart!
hi there Alison as an angler and a reader of angling literature I am reminded of the last words of Norman Mclean's

'A river runs through it

I am haunted by waters

this poem just gives that nostalgic reverie its edge well done rgds mike
2006-08-24