Sunday, March 9, 2008

One Single Impression: Kindness

Laughing eyes run up to me.
I smile and return the glance.
I doubt I'm seen
As you turn back to snowy pasture.
You run back and laugh with me.

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24 comments:

  1. what he's thinking is:
    'gods its cold!' and 'see my tongue?
    insert sugar cube.'

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  2. Such glances are quick and easily missed--or mistaken for nothinng at all. I'm glad you caught it!

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  3. Body language always speaks volumes and so do glances.

    Enjoyed the high-spirited fun in this one!

    Gemma

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  4. Great picture and fun poem.
    Thanks.

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  5. Nice photo! The horse has a large question mark on his face and says "don't ask questions--give me hat--brrrt"" MB

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  6. Love the picture!! The words bring a smile in that you just know the horse gets it on some level.

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  7. there is nothing sweeter than a look deep in the eyes of a faithful friend & you've said it so beautifully...gorgeous photo!

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  8. Kindness, love and fun rolled into one ~ what could be better! Nice!

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  9. oh what a beautiful picture, the horses in the snow, and that tongue..lol just wonderful combo here!!

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  10. This is wonderful! It's amazing how friendship can be offered in a moments glance. I love the snow on his face.

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  11. Great photo. And nice horsy.

    Don't open or click on the comment above mine... virus and hacker.

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  12. What a stunning capture this is.. big smile from me :O)

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  13. Fabulous shot!! I LOVE that his tongue is sticking out!!! Great Capture!

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  14. animals have the purest form of emotions... love the photo...and yes, i believe i do see a smile...beautiful day but burrrr

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  15. Bravo! And thanks for your kindness in passing it on.

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  16. brrrr … it’s cold today
    won’t you take me to the barn
    where it’s warm and dry?

    Hugs and blessings,

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  17. What a fun read and the photo totally enhance the poem!

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