Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Fog



When we need to
Find our way in
Fog --fixed bearing
And speed are
Mixed in magnetic
Climb along 
Earth-- a function
Of time in equation
Yields destination
And  rebirth.

22 comments:

  1. I really like that the final word is "rebirth," especially because fog is so...foggy.

    Be well, Geo. I hope you're enjoying the season.

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    1. So far, so good Robyn. You be well too!

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  2. Life seems to be a fog in which we are eternally trying to find our way.

    I absolutely loved the California fog.
    Fog in Texas was extremely rare. I'm delighted to experience fog once again, here in the mountains.

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    1. Fog transports us to all places where fog is, but do watch your footing!

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  3. Beautiful picture. Fog can be pretty to look at but I don't like driving in it.

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    1. Just keep an eye on direction, speed and bearing and you'll be okay. Thanks, Sprinkles.

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  4. I prefer to stay out of the fog. I look out my window at it and I am satisfied.

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    1. I too am happiest home during fog. It's like everything beyond the garden is curtained off awhile.

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  5. How true. Fog is something so thought provoking and yet has reasons that are so scientific in nature. Go figure.
    Love that picture of fog.

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    1. Thank you dear Munir, will convey complement to Norma. I too consider fog the gentlest of weather --to those of us who are cautious in it. It's as if the world has gone dreaming and, when it lifts, all is refreshed.

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  6. This is a really beautiful photo depicting fog! I like stormy weather photos. (including fog)

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  7. Most kind Linda, there is something gentler and more intelligent about fog than is found in other inclemencies --which are full of sound and fury. Fog is a little vacation from care, that will not bring floods or knock trees down. It only sends us to cupboards and pantries to find reasons not to go shopping. I like it too.

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  8. Perfect. What a great mix of symmetry and science. And the picture is beautiful.

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  9. I truly loved this one George. I learned something about golfing many years ago while playing in the fog. When I had to imagine my destination rather than see it, I played with a clearer mind and hit the green much sooner. It was a epiphany for me. In the fog it seems is a magical place to be.

    I like your observation that fog "sends us to cupboards and pantries to find reasons not to go shopping." Perfect!

    Be well.

    b+

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    1. Thanks, Barbara. I've been losing followers lately, which is a kind of ambiguous process that I hope to correct as fog lifts. I will try to use spacial imagination to calculate where the green is.

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  10. It's my end of the year post to all the bloggers I know and love - just one more message for 2015! Thanks for your wonderful words, great posts, and bloggy friendship. Wishing you all the best in 2016 from "the Flipside."

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    1. Our compliments in return, Cherdo, and all our best wishes.

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  11. I love rain and fog. It has a lot of romance, while sadness, melancholy in itself. And now, you have a new follower.
    I've noticed that the most beautiful, interesting blogs have few followers...

    Healing Blessings,
    Nada

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