Oh, I so identify with this, Judy, at the end of an indolent winter! Your poem and quote have inspired me...I am indeed here to make fires, and they're going to be big ones...LOL!Lynettehttp://imaginationlane.blogspot.com/2011/03/thursday-think-tank-homage-to-robb.html
Judy~ you would adore our Tucson weather today... light, cool breeze, azure skies, temp around 78f. Lovely!I wrote a poem about it based on a photo I took yesterday. Have a look if you like:http://www.kimnelsonwrites.com/2011/03/04/things-are-looking-up/
Judy,The very image at your poem, has warmed my cold hands!!A rather cold day here and so the words of your poem are warm and uplifting to me.I think we are all sharing the same aspirations, world wide right now, for spring to appear and the sun to return.Best wishes, Eileen
Judy, I agree sometime we get too cozy. Winter does tend to make one curl up, when what we really need is to MOVE.
Oh I so hear you! It is blizzarding here right now and I am happy as an old hibernating bear, knowing I cannot possibly go anywhere till the roads are clear - let's say by Monday:) hee hee.All I lack is a fireplace - instead, I keep candles going.......
Wonderful cozy poem Judy. I know just what you mean and it feels so good! Makes me want to stay with the cozy even longer!
I so look forward to spring and fear if I don't move soon, I might not be able to when it finally comes. Elizabeth
Judy, it is always best to move abouteven when we don't want to. The colddoes that to you.Pamela
Judy,How beautiful this was, I could feel the flames of longing to change, yet the resistance to stay close and be warm~ Love the way your wrote this~
I like your take on the quote in terms of seasons. I guess it is about time to come out of hibernation. I'll see if I can write a poem before I go to sleep tonight.
It is a risk to step out of our comfort zone but I believe we all must do it from time to time. Easier said than done.
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