The snow falling as it is

The snow falling as it is
As a dream within a dream within a dream is
Leads me to where my home is
Not to where my house is
But to where my heart is
To where the the forest of my chaste chastened childhood is
To where the sage old oak of that forest is
To where the thickened and knotted and crooked branch of that sage old oak is
To where that branch I used to climb to to
think to
hope to
hide to
hate to
cry to
live to
die to
wonder and why and why and why to
as the snow falls
as a dream within a dream within a dream is

 
 


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About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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14 Responses to The snow falling as it is

  1. Rose Red says:

    I love this line:
    “To where the the forest of my chaste chastened childhood is..”

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  2. Without the dream or the dream within the dream what would we have to write about?

    Liked by 1 person

  3. And we usually climbed the maples. The lowest branches of the oaks were just too far for our young hands to reach.

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  4. fballaz says:

    Reblogged this on steviawithcream and commented:
    A trip to take on a day by myself.

    Like

  5. Know exactly the feeling for snow, winter and the great oaks crispy branches in a frosty night full of stars Try to forget that is impossible.. I am happy I love in the land with snow and winter . A frosty but clear air in the morning smelling like peppermint.. Thanks for your writing and shariing.

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  6. W. K. Tucker says:

    Took me back to my childhood…my tree was a drooping old cedar, my personal hideout.

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