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  along unknown paths ..
by richard lloyd cederberg
Friday, March 04, 2011
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silence and oneness, in harmony with nature and with those you love ...
image: richard, michele, and my son garrett in the Cuyamaca Mountains hiking up to Azalea Springs, 2/28/11

Would it be too hard
convincing you that you should
come along with me?

To the Hebrides;
searching the Isle of Harris
in concert gently;

The oneness of two
Dreamers drifting in currents -
whispering secrets -

Embracing each day
with trust and vernal gusto;
those special moments

Winging high above
the brooding Lewisian Gneiss;
hope building bridges-

Can I dream with you
on sandy beaches and lochs,
near moorlands and crofts,

Laughing together
on the white and turquoise sands
of the Luskentyre?

Would you take my hand
and walk with me, without fear,
along unknown paths?

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Reviewed by Sheila Roy 3/14/2011
Must be breathtaking:) Love the 3rd-to-last verse especially.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 3/10/2011
An entreaty that is hard to resist. Who wouldn't love to follow in your footsteps of magical written word?
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/7/2011
Beautifully tender thoughts and wondrous images, chum! Makes me wish I was there!
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 3/6/2011
Nothing better than a wilderness hike crunching snow on a clear crisp sunny day. Snow shoes on powder. Yes. Patrick
Reviewed by jude forese 3/6/2011
unknown paths are the most intriguing and harbor the secrets that advance our knowledge ...

like the imagery and affect ...
Reviewed by Marcia Miller-Twiford 3/5/2011
There's a softness about this write that makes it magical Sir Richard.
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 3/5/2011
VERY BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 3/4/2011
nice picture. perfect poem. Morgan
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 3/4/2011
Love the photograph, beautiful scenery! Wonderful description of the true meaning of life, to be enjoyed with family. Beautiful trail...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Ann Marquette 3/4/2011
Really lovely Richard, and i love the photo.
Reviewed by John Flanagan 3/4/2011
Life journey beyond maps and place names
and yet the place names add such a romantic
dimension, they resonate emotionally;
yes, i have my boots on, Richard, so say where
and lead they way.
Your craft's as bright as snow.

Reviewed by Gene Williamson 3/4/2011
Yes, Richard, I'm easily convinced by these intriguing lines
to walk with you along unknown paths, so long as we can pause
for awhile on the sands of the Luskentyre. -gene.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/4/2011
A fine series of thoughts and images expressed in haiku form; thank you, Richard. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader) 3/4/2011
name the time and place and i'll be there. no map quest necessary. does god not laugh when we make plans anyway? poem has it all, expertly crafted, just the right length, opens vistas to the great beyond which we all seek somewhere deep inside.
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 3/4/2011
After I calm down from laughing at Ed's review down there ;-)
I can tell you what a glorious poem this is, the images oh my, and how it has to be the grandest imaginable time for your loved ones who travel with you on these paths...
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 3/4/2011
I wouldn't walk with you unless you told me where we were going and without all those words I have to look up in my dictionary or Map Quest...;-)e
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 3/4/2011
lovely invitation, who could resist?
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