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  A Heavenly Walk
by Mr. Ed
Monday, January 23, 2012
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ďOut of the bosom of the air, out of the cloud-folds of her garments shaken,

Over the woodlands brown and bare, over the harvest-fields forsaken,

Silent, and soft, and slow, descends the snow.Ē


Henry Wadsworth Longfellow



They had cascaded down all night

These lovely snowflakes from on high

Little Jack seemed very eager for a walk

So he and I, were out of our door, by five


What a truly marvelous feeling as we walked on

Soft white snow, soon crunching beneath our feet

A soothing, cloud-like presence, as we gazed about

And such heavenly silence, not another soul did we meet


I love early morning walks, before the world awakens

And I especially love them after an entire night of snow

This gift from the clouds covered all, in wondrous white

Little Jack and I were in heaven, and onward did we go


He delighted in each and every heavenly smell he came upon

I delighted in the heavenly scenery and in the heavenly silence

What a marvelous contrast, to our hectic, bustling, noisy world

This other world experience, for the both of us, was heaven sent


We walked on and on both delighting in our visit to this heavenly realm

And I soon thanked God for each of Earthís four seasons as we strolled

I could never live anywhere on Earth, that did not contain all four of them

This early morning walk, in this heavenly winter realm, had soothed my soul


They had cascaded down all night,

These lovely snowflakes from on high;

Little Jack seemed very eager for a walk,

So he and I, walked out of our door, by five.




©January 2012, Mr. Ed

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Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 1/24/2012
i love the soft and quiet of a new snow--wonderful write!
Reviewed by JMS Bell 1/24/2012
WHAT A BLESSING TO OBSERVE AND APPRECIATE NATURE IN SUCH A FINE WAY...IT BRINGS US CLOSER TO 'ONE' WHO CREATED IT ALL. THE IMAGERY IN THIS OFFERING IS VIVID. THANKS FOR SHARING THIS FINE WORK...SO ENJOYED. LOVE, BLESSINGS AND FAITH...JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 1/23/2012
Exquisite following your footsteps,
so walk on...
*Mr Ed* for no two snowflakes alike!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by jude forese 1/23/2012
it must be a great feeling to walk a dog through pristine snow in the woods ...
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 1/23/2012
Your snowflakes of chrystals are a delight to walk along with you
before mornings first light. Beautifully penned ~Mr. Ed~
Hugs to "Little Jack" Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by larry linville 1/23/2012
When it snows my dogs look out the door and seem to say to me, "Are you kidding?" When they finally are talked into going out they seem to enjoy it.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 1/23/2012
The change of seasons is each a Blessing, beautiful poem!
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 1/23/2012
BY 5 ???????????? But it's pitch black!!! Patrick and I seem to be on the same hymnsheet as I, too, was wondering about little Jack's feet... Willow's pads always freeze up and get clogged with iceballs... What do you recommend? But, all joking apart, Dad, I DO know what you mean... There's a wonder and an awe that infiltrates when the world is as fresh and virgin as it is after snow and we the only witnesses. Such a "born again" feeling with this kind of fresh, wide open space. Walk on! :)) xx
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 1/23/2012
Woodsy snow walks are way up on my list of things to do. Just not at 5 am. Maybe you should get some snow shoes for little Jack. cuz p
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 1/23/2012
I wish we had some snow ... we haven't had ANY this winter; we haven't had a WINTER!!! Beautiful write, Ed; well done! I sure do miss it ...

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Texas, Karen Lynn. :)
Reviewed by Janna Hill 1/23/2012
You make it sound inticing Ed. I may put in an order for snow next month.
:) Janna
Reviewed by John Domino 1/23/2012
Top shelf material!

God Bless You Ed!
Reviewed by Richard King 1/23/2012
There is great beauty in that first glimpse of the day after a night of freshly falling snow. Just a perfect blanket of white, undisturbed by the footprints of man..... and if all you ever did was look at it and take nice walks in it, I'd be in complete agreement with you. Unfortunately, Iíll have to make do by taking my walks through the paths of our local parks and try to make myself content by looking at the beautiful flowers and hundreds of species of lushly growing green things, knowing that Iíll never lift another shovel full of snow, or drive on it, or scrape it off my car again. Somehow, Iíll muddle through, but I sure do miss it. YEAH, RIGHT!!! Like I'd miss a toothache.

Nice poem Ed, I much prefer reading about snow as opposed to living with it. Thanks Dick
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 1/23/2012
Enjoyed this walk with you and Jack...thanks for taking me along...e
Reviewed by RWE SAYS BYE 1/23/2012
you paint a fine poetic picture here... I can see your breath in the crisp morning air and I feel the moistness of the snow on my face, all thanks to your vivid verse... and dear little Jack... give him my regards!

Be well,
Peace always,
Roger
Reviewed by Laura Fall 1/23/2012
So wonderfully written and the picture is truly amazing and sure suits this great write.Laura
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 1/23/2012
Beautiful picture and wonderful trip Ed. Heart to heart write.

Rose
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 1/23/2012
Thanks for taking me along, Ed! You put me right there...and I felt the serenity in the spendour that surrounded you....loved this! What a perfect way to start the day!!!!

Anna

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