Morning Motoring in the Mind and Moment
While driving early this morn
A familiar sight emerged again,
In the car and
In the mind.
The sun shone,
A scene unveiled,
The mind clattered on
In its own
Gobbledy-gook and dumblety-dum
Gibbery-gibberish and bumbley-bum of
From my peripheral vision,
A vista formed
Upon the retina
Of the eye
A thin veil of mist
Like a gentle caress,
Upon the land.
In its delicate fold,
Meeting the dew-damp earth,
And presence too,
As I gaped upon
What I saw
For those minute moments,
The monotony of mind machinations
To the now,
And the scene
On the way.
Simon C.J. Falk 23 April 2017
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5 thoughts on “Morning Motoring in the Mind and Moment”
Beautiful – I almost felt like I was there with you. Thanks for sharing. ~ fellow #WATWB member
Thanks, Lynn. It’s a shame to think some beaut opportunities can be missed when we are too pre-occupied to notice.
Wow great piece, love the layout of your writing!!
Thanks 😊 I know reading other poets helps too. I think you know one or two. Poetry can be such a source of help to focus and centre us on those days when we just seem to be caught up and fixated on stuff going on inside us.
“Present to the now and the scene on the way.” Most excellent poem and reminder. I truly try to live in this reality: present to the now.