I Remember



I remember
This road
I remember
Climbing the tree
Sitting exhilarated
In its canopy
Looking down
At the mystic rivers steady flow
Warm scents rising up
From the lush undergrowth

I remember
This road
I remember
Quiet whispers from elven tongues
The breeze of fresh air
Filling my lungs
Magical presences
Touching my soul
Embodying curiosity
As a wind-borne foal

I remember
This road
I remember
Union, being one with it all
An utter aliveness
When life was rising tall
Majestic dragons
Soaring visibly in the sky
A heart of innocence
Reflected in blue eyes

I remember
This road
I remember
Purple rivers of love
Flowing through wide veins
United with timeless winds from above
I’m now standing on this road
Frozen in time
Trapped in the maelstrom
Of a human mind

yet, I still remember…


20 Replies to “I Remember”

  1. iosatel says:

    Very beautiful!


  2. Rachael Charmley says:

    So beautiful…


  3. A deeply moving and powerful remembrance. Like a lullaby we must never forget… I feel it in my spirit, Hanne…Just lovely! ❤ Heart Blessings to you, Wild Sister.

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  4. Tish Farrell says:

    As ever, captivating image and words, Hanne. On which note, and you do not have to do this – only if it strikes a chord – I have just nominated you to do the 5 photos 5 stories challenge. There’s no deadline, and the v. simple details are at the bottom of my post: http://tishfarrell.com/2015/05/20/5-photos-5-stories-hidden-wenlock-4/

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  5. Joshua says:

    you move me….thank you Hanne

    Liked by 1 person

  6. I have memories of my childhood, being one with nature like that. And it also strikes me that this “memory” could be from a much earlier time in humanity….hauntingly beautiful poem, Hanne.

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  7. Semaj Newman says:

    Hi Hanne…where is the road?


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