Rustic Wednesday


“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution” –  Albert Einstein

(Photo taken in southern Maine by -M. Taggart)



Poem – To Trust

It was bitter cold as the sun sunk into slumber.
Trust rang its bell over the ice-covered lake,
waiting to learn – The constant wind
blew snow into faces and froze lungs
fighting for oxygen – Again the bell rang,
cracking the ice, leading the way.

-M. Taggart


It wasn’t the tree’s greatness in size
which made it remarkable
It was the sympathy in its eyes
shedding tears through its bark

-M. Taggart

I don’t remember writing this. I found it in my saved drafts with ‘eh’ written as the title.

Odd Walking Thoughts

The fertile river bank and mossy mounds watch as a jogger constantly steps on conscience ground; while looking ever more tabetic. The stars yawn having seen this before. Knowing the process of eternity comes once again for its finality. As a gentle wind whispers, ‘Forever is much like diminishing moonlight beckoning you to follow.’

-M. Taggart

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