One Quiet Moment

September 9, 2012 § 2 Comments

The winds have brought an autumn chill in the air tonight. The smells of wet decaying leaves and fermenting apples are slowly taking over the scents of dry grass and the sweet heady whiffs of a late blooming rose. Frogs and crickets have paused in their songs.

Summer 2012 is over. Some day, not now, I will write about it.

So tonight and with all of you my readers who are going through the rush of back to school, back to work, back home or back from a time of slow, stretched and balmy days, a time of soft early dawn light and golden lazy evenings, a season when our lives can seem just a few paces slower, I want to share this one perfect moment of quiet I had, back in August, on a very early morning by the Adriatic Sea:

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