thoughts from my mind to yours

Embracing Sunrays


The afternoon sun-rays of spring,

embrace your thoughts,

leaving them in harmony.Β 



Author: forgottenmeadows

I am a dreamer and a writer who loves to ponder on the words of the soul.

14 thoughts on “Embracing Sunrays

  1. Loving the warm weather lately.

  2. I got my dose of vitamin D today πŸ™‚ Had a good hour of contemplation to. Poems is sunspot on πŸ˜‰ Thank you. ~ Michael

  3. So true! It’s such a beautiful day here today and your poem reflects that perfectly!

  4. Gorgeous and just so beautiful. Where in the world is this? Wow! You are so very fortunate to have been or to have seen such a place if you have. You have such and friendly and lovely smile and then the love of animals is like frosting on the cake. Make that German Chocolate Cake for it is my most favorite cake of all. Simply one the best of blogs can be found here. Thank you so very much! I really enjoyed my visit and will be back,

    • aww haha thank you so much Claudy, you are much too kind πŸ™‚ . That picture was taken at a park here in Canada :). I enjoy following your art work…They have a very distinct feel to them πŸ™‚ Wonderful works!…Have a great weekend!

      • Canada! Huh? I should not be surprised but am because I would have never guessed Canada. Just so beautiful and like I told you I enjoyed your blog and will be back… Thanks for your kind words for I appreciate them and you, claudy

  5. This is exactly how I feel about Norwegian springs!! After a long cold and dark winter (i love winters as well though) you finally receive that warmth of the sun! It is so lovely and feels just like you have said in your poem! πŸ™‚

  6. Feeling that embrace–nice.

  7. Very nice…

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