Muskoka Meditation

Thick morning mist

the call of a loon

scent of cedar and pine

I breathe in, exhale

early morning rays

curtain of fog

ripples of water

I breathe in, exhale,


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Permission to write, paint, and imagine are the gifts I gave myself when chronic illness hit - a fair exchange: being for doing. Relevance is an attitude. Humour essential.

15 thoughts on “Muskoka Meditation

  1. I have been following all the April poems but not keeping up with comments. I just wanted you to know some of my favorites “The Infamous Ice Storm” which coincided aptly with our strange Ontario April snowstorm, “For Nadine” a beautiful elegy, “Approach with Caution” and I’m working on my own sign, and “Dear Sylvia Plath” whom I have approached with caution myself. You have a great way with words. Truly inspiring!

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