Take me to the place you go
to run wild, spirited and free.
Show me your favorite meadow,
your path to what feels like heaven
and the view that compels you to pause.
Teach me strength and grace,
to be noble yet humble,
and adventurous, but not unwise.
Share the secret of effortless beauty.
Don’t take me home ‘til you’ve looked at me
with eyes that touch my soul… then promise me
we can do it all again tomorrow!
Photo taken in Ireland
for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Roads
More “dream” poems:
I Still See You When I Dream
A Box of Dreams
“The soul that sees beauty may sometimes walk alone.”
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Photo taken in Killarney, Ireland. (Killarney National Park with Ross Castle in the distance)
For Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Walks & Trails
That’s the way, Sweetheart! Always strive to “bridge the gap which exists between where you are now and the goal you intend to reach”!
Photo taken at Night Hawk Winery, Paola, Kansas. Quote by Earl Nightingale
The original definition of pedestrian is dull, commonplace, not interesting. While this horse may have the rather pedestrian task of pulling a jaunting car full of tourists through the Killarney National Park in County Kerry Ireland, there is nothing pedestrian about the scenery! He has a glorious view as he plods along the park trail.
The second definition of pedestrian is a person who is walking, especially in a town or city, rather than traveling in a vehicle. In Berlin, pedestrian tourists often visit Checkpoint Charlie, once a crossing point between East and West Berlin. The original structure is now located in a museum and a replica is in its place. Tourists stand in line to have their picture taken with actors dressed as military policemen in front of the guard house.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Pedestrian