November Fire Morning

Mighty Good Building, guitar

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glass
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light
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flow
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heart
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cluster
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veil
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plane
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shape
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reveal
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return
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lantern
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generous
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boundary
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three
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grasp
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watch
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follow
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wait
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with
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voice
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energy
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horizon
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fire
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till
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draw
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stagger
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ridge
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bound
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ancient
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held
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enfold
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slowly
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hope

3 thoughts on “November Fire Morning

  1. Such a profoundly beautiful post. These images with this music make me homesick for the first ten years of my life in Missouri. Boundary looks like the civil war. Heart is a middle eastern mystic three thousand years ago. Slowly is the happiest man alive. Horizon shows the clouds mimicking the geese. Sorry if I’m being presumptuous. Such a profoundly beautiful post.

    1. I appreciate your associations, Steven. Even if you presume, you aim well and seldom miss your mark. I especially like your interpretations of heart and boundary, and am glad to have been able to recall Missouri to you. Slowly just may be true.

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