If Only

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If only I’d known the words
the fences sang at sundown,
my muse would not have left me
stumbling in the dark.

 
Text and photo © 2012 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: Northern Arizona
 
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Posted on March 1, 2012, in Arizona, dodoitsu, Friday's Fences, Himmelsk, Northern Arizona, One Single Impression, Sky Watch Friday, The One-Minute Writer. Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.

  1. beautiful sunset. gorgeous!! (:

  2. nice selective focus on the barred wire on the fence, the sky provides the perfect backdrop

  3. oh, that’s a great shot!

    (and you’re very welcome! i did an anti-word verification rant post about 2 weeks ago and have been asking folks that have it to consider removing it. most folks don’t even know they have it…)

  4. Please don’t lean against the barb wire. Once my little bro was help my Dad fence up something. He was holding the coil of barb wire, It fail on his shin. I can still feel the pain now, 40 years alter.

  5. Great sky and post!

  6. I love the words….

  7. That’s a stunning picture!

  8. Love the sky through the barbed wire…nice prose too!

  9. Nice pic, but I love your poem. It made me laugh.

  10. As always, a great photo and equally great haiku…I always love your posts!

  11. Nice angled shot! Love your poetic words!

  12. Great shot of the tree and sky through the barbed wire fence.

  13. Excellent composition in this photo and perfect haiku.

    Regards and best wishes

  14. Beautiful composition and these words “if only” for me connotes a lot of regret ^_^ Happy weekend! Thanks for the visit.

    Friday Fences

  15. Wonderful photo! Have a nice Friday, and nice weekend!:)

  16. Love what you have done with this shot, and the sunset is gorgeous

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