Monday, August 25, 2008

A bed of lush weeds, a sprinkle of silver, a few periwinkle amidst riotous green.
I'm happy for the strangest reasons.
Sometimes.

11 comments:

Quin Browne said...

strange reasons are the best ones, i've found.

CRUSTYBEEF said...

Happiness can come in all forms no matter what.
Strange? I don't think so, I see balance with you!

:)
Elizabeth

abbagirl74 said...

With a scene like that, I would be most happy as well.

mago said...

What a good ability!

Paul Maurice Martin said...

The "smallest" things are the absolute best - you find that out for sure once you've been housebound for nearly five years and become mostly bedridden.

AmitL said...

Nooo..I'd say' The simplest of reasons', and, that's what makes you so unique. I wish I could go back to those days of patience. Today, I can't sit peacefully in a garden for five minutes..arghh!!Perhaps when I'm firmly back in good ole Baroda!!

CRUSTYBEEF said...

what was the strangest most positive lesson?

:),
E~

austere said...

quin.. and as crusty asked, what was your strangest most positive lesson? yeah, that's a toughie.


crusty- balance?! A constant effort at balance, wildly going one way, now the other, only sometimes the silence to stand and watch.

weeds, abbagal,weeds! :)

mago, sprinkled some magic dust, did you mr mago the magician?

paul- ty for dropping by,much honored. :) Immobility, pain - the toughest crosses of all. Went to "about the author", went back in time to my angel mother, for 22 years the fight of immobile body battling the dawning bitterness of soul. Why this? How this? No words.

amit- :) there is some magic to it, a palm frond and the energy of rising sap- check it out sometime. BY ORDER!

crusty- *scratching my head* that's out of the curriculum!

Portia said...

Sounds like a good reason to me. And I'm very glad you have it:)

Quin Browne said...

hmmm, i'll have to think on that one.


and write it.


: )

austere said...

quin- and again I'll be at a loss for words.

portia- :) thankyouz.