Dreaming and drifting
Returning home to a place
I had never left
dreaming glacier haiku Iceland Jökulsárlón landscape photography poetry
So Beautiful 🙂
Morgan, I’m happy you found it beautiful. Thank you much! 🙂
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so lovely! 🙂
Neha, thank you so much, I’m glad it reached a dreaming poet like you. 🙂
Yes! I recognized it in a split second; probably never left either… 🙂
I thought you would Harrie 🙂 Iceland kind of stays, once it has entered ones being…
Coming from a writer like you, makes me very happy. Thank you, Richard!
I’m just an average Joe, but it takes nothing away from your poem. I thought it great.
If you say so, Joe (that’s me politely pretending I’m agreeing with the word average. You can keep Joe, though) And I’m still very happy 🙂
I see you’ve out maneuvered me yet again LOL
I’m slightly delighted about that 😉
I’m mildly downtrodden 😉 LOL
lol!! I’m sure you’ll recover soon 🙂
I think I slept it off 🙂
Good on you, Richard. Ready for third round then?! 🙂
Aww, thank you so much!
don’t we all…
Beautiful combination of words and photo Hanne…..the blue of those icebergs is incredible….a return to source 🙂
Thank you much for this beautiful comment, Seonaid.
It was interestingly exactly the words I had in mind/felt, I even wrote them, but chose to keep them between the lines, “a return to source”, we think we’ve left, but never really has 🙂
Ah, to have wings to match my eyes, so that I might drift and soar into your photography. Magical!
Holly, thank you much for these beautiful words!!
With pleasure, Wild Sister. ❤
So beautiful!!! ❤
I’m happy you liked, thanks a mill!
You are drawn to these Nordic landscapes…perhaps the Landscape of your Soul?
I am indeed and yes, you could be very right, I find much resonance in wild untamed and untouched places. There are other places in the world of similar feel I’m drawn to, but for some reason nothing quite has the same effect on me as Iceland does.It always leaves me changed. It’s like it lives within. Parts of Ireland has similar resonance, hence I feel so at home there too.
Thank you much for this observant and reflective comment!
Yes, I totally understand as I am drawn to certain landscapes myself. I love lush rainforest environments and feel totally at home there; but I also feel at home in the more subdued and quiet woodlands of the Northern Hemisphere.
It’s quite a fascinating thing what we are drawn towards, it’s like looking into a mirror….
Love this. Thanks for sharing ❤
I’m deeply grateful it spoke to you, I really am. Thank you so much, Rachel!!
Simple and pure.
Thank you so much for these words that speaks much to me and is the core of what I try to express.
Returning home to a place
I had never left…
I love these lines… and, of course, I love your photo… thank you Hanne 🙂
I felt very at home in those lines too 🙂
Thank you much, Frédéric!
I like seonaid’s comment – returning to the source. Perfect! Lovely capture Hanne
Me too 🙂
And thank you much for your kind words, Tina.
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