A description of what started this particular blog can be found in its first entry --Feb. 9, 2009. It's about healing.
The storm dragon is supposed to visit here in a couple of days. Great picture.
Thanks Emma, I hope Dragon brings gentle rain.
If you would like to read a fun story about dragons and Alice (from Wonderland) try this: http://everyday-adventurer.blogspot.com/search?q=dragons&x=0&y=0
Read the story! Thanks, Emma. I happen to know dragons begin as wood too, and drift from high water into imagination.
It is Dragon! I am very happy to see him in flight :-) Thank you Geo. xx
Indeed, he is most graceful, and useful in our droughty state. It is I who should thank you!
I am utterly mesmerized!Oh how I adore dragons - even those who usher in storms...and here is such power, such mysterious energy...oh wow...what a photograph!!Please can you send him my way? *smiles*Have a great weekend, Geo.:))
Thank you, Ygraine. The photodoodle depicts one of my favorite dragons. You can learn his origin by clicking onto the word, "dragon" in poem's first line. He was born on your side of the Atlantic and surely must return to help the weather sometimes.
Many thanks for that, Geo.I have just returned, and found the visit fascinating...:))
I got lost in thought at "invisibly yoked." That's a sign of your magic with words.Have a great week, my friend.
Thanks, Robyn. You have a great week too!
Love this picture! I'm fascinated with dragons so I really enjoyed this :) Such a wonderful poem! I hope you are doing well, Geo!
Most kind Beate, dragons are fueled by fascination. Hope you and Keith are doing well too.
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