Lady of the Lake

By: Bela Johnson

Aug 20 2013

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Category: inspiration, musings, nature, personal, poetry, Uncategorized

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Aperture:f/4.8
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The hills lay sideways

like a sleeping woman,

hips colored now in showy hue

before winter strips her

back to bone.

 

Caught in waiting,

hair tipped with a million blazing stars

and fog laced over her crown;

steam rising from mouths

of fishermen, ignorant

of the sensuous body brazenly

revealed before them,

not amazed.

 

Yet a few unknowingly take heed

and, with each sideways glance;

each fluttered eyelash;

her variegated image registers

on the tipped lens of human retinae

and a patient vigil,

though unchanged to the eye,

lays tracks in the heart.

 

~ bj

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