Tag Archive: walking

Evolve

So I thought I’d take a walk this morning. I love walking ,as you know, and though the weather was not ideal, I longed to be moving outside. But today, careful footing was… Continue reading

You cannot reach Me Still

When the music Of the breeze dances in air It’s swish and sway flitting the gloom When the magic of leaves Singing their boast Carry soul to lofty skies When trail of foot… Continue reading

New Song

Sometimes… I wish I was a tree waving at the whole wide world whooshing, flapping, whipping air into a delightful flighty dance making music there My Leafy coat alive with colourful rays of… Continue reading

A glimmer swells

…in passing  shift a glimmer speaks a soaring swells and a moment raised is nodded to carry on boldly…   Paula Antonello Moore, Prose. Copyright: Tuesday, September 26, 2017. Image: The Rock by… Continue reading

Salutations

A pause flowing bright in concrete daze.   Paula Antonello Moore, Poetry. Copyright: Sunday, July 16, 2017. Image: Hibiscus breath by P.A. Moore.

Under Siege

Inspiration under siege! It has always heartened me to know that two very sacred spaces I hold dear in my corner of the world could never be taken away from me. They exist… Continue reading

Sway

“… Like always, it did something to him, something he could never quite figure out. It seemed to put one part of him to sleep and wake another part up, the part that… Continue reading

WHISPERING SWISH

A Café Moment One of my favourite sounds is a breeze passing through trees. The soothing swish can stop me in my tracks. I close my eyes and breathe a little easier with every… Continue reading

Treasured Still

In a town of memories Carved into my heart Streets of bygone moments Coated ice cream and platform sight Treasured steps of fun Structures stable, once bold Shaded now in unknown hues Playful… Continue reading

Go…Take a Walk

Hello there Friends; At the moment, I am swamped with editing deadlines for my manuscript. So I thought I’d re-post a previous blog from last summer. Though it may be off season, the sentiment… Continue reading