The Dream Keeper

Bring me all of your dreams,
You dreamer,
Bring me all your
Heart melodies
That I may wrap them
In a blue cloud-cloth
Away from the too-rough fingers
Of the world.
Langston Hughes

Two days ago I walked along this lovely lake. The ice packed together in the strong wind, and the wind brought a fine song, like a thousand bells each with their own melody.

18 Comments on “The Dream Keeper

  1. The combination of your writing and your gorgeous photos takes me into a world of sheer beauty and joy in life, something that is so blessed and needed in the world today. Thank you so much!

    • Hi Isabel. I’m the one who thanks for your lovely compliment. Now the light returns and the nature are fantastic ❤ 🙂
      Lots of greetings,
      Hanna

    • Hi Montucky. I really appreciate natural areas a lot. It is a unique opportunity to calibrate the body and mind 🙂 I have always sought out natural areas no matter where I’ve found myself. Perhaps this is why I love topographic maps so much.

  2. Love the photo of the snowy tree lined path. Just wish I lived somewhere were there was a bit more snow and cold weather, rather than rain, wind and more rain

    • I do understand why, you get tired of rain. When the weather is rainy and foggy I stick to the small winding paths, where nature comes closer to me instead of large open spaces where visibility is nonexistent.
      Hopefully the rain will stop soon and you will have some cold clear days!!!
      All the best,
      Hanna

    • I’m often filled with gratitude to nature, that is probably why poetry always wait for me at the white birches or along the lake’s shimmering waves.
      Thanks a lot for your lovely compliment!!

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