by Burnetta Hinterthuer
The light in Indiana is a little different than the light here in Arkansas.
Kitti’s moons shimmer in bright light,
vibrate in the colder northern air,
illuminating the landscape, with other worldly luminosity.
Her tree limbs reach out,
touching the people who walk beneath the branches,
attempting to alert them: watch out, walk softly, take your time.
Holidays glisten with still life arranged to celebrate the daily beauty.
Vegetables, fruits, flowers, garden implements, goblins, the little things that are taken for granted, until a day when rationality and identification demand that we look on our daily lives as parts of a puzzle, a desire to make sense of senseless life.
What is in a photo that gives us comfort and peace?
The moon, the trees, the things we use and throw away,
The light that is never quite the same.
~~ Thanks Burnetta! ~~
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