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i moved where my heart had drifted off to long before. i live on a hill of hundred acres, where my dreams have merged with the view. it is quiet from machine noises yet loud with sounds of horses, dogs, cats chickens and ducks. nature is the true artist in resident and i am just her apprentice who often gets lost in her gaze. once and a while i travel back to cities and foreign places to put into photographs what i have learned, yet always, part of my heart is left on the hill..

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

lying in the snow

i could feel the cold through the glass as i sit at the cafe
and type. I am all over the place trying to find inspiration.
there is plenty out there, but i am a little lost as of late.

sometimes i am afraid that feeling so much made me loose the ability
to feel.

perhaps if i layed in the snow out there, the cold and wet of it might wake some of my senses, then perhaps the people that would stare out the window and point at me would trigger humalation or maybe i would just think to myself yup thats me lying in the snow like a seven year old. whispers of what is she doing, is she okay.. would be heard. as i would stand and walk back to the table where my laptop rest and mocha awaits, i would stare and no one..and simply proceed as usually. just thinking of it makes me feel free and different.

i need the winter and the snow to stay for a while longer...

stay a while longer


in another lifetime said...

Nadia there is nothing funny about the sentiment you are expressing, but I LOVE the thought of those people watching you through the cafe windows, watching you lay in the snow and then return as though nothing happened. That is absolutely delightful.

Claire said...

nadia please let me know if you get my mail. i cried when i read it.

then i dare you to go out and lie in that snow. as crazy as it sounds, i have done something like this before. the stares where there but the words didn't come and i found relief. pure relief. do what your heart pleads with you to do. it knows what it needs.


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