Hunger Of The Pine

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Written for November Notes, hosted by Rosema at A Reading Writer and Sarah at Heartstring Eulogies.

Day 29 Music Prompt: Hunger Of The Pine by alt-j.

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Fantastic. Takes me back to my childhood ‘trying’ to skim stones, whilst watching my brother throw stones at people (accidentally, whilst also ‘trying’ to skim stones).

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Great game that is, Davy – or for me, was. Watched a recent (end September) tv programme on the World Stone Skimming Championships on Easdale Island near Seil Island and the ‘Bridge Over the Atlantic’ (on one of my old blogs).

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That’s so deep!

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This paints for a lovely picture and at the same time, the words are very meaningful.

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I love it, Davy. I never got the skimming stone thing right. But I love the tone of this poem. And I know you must get tired of me talking about the imagery, but you do, indeed, capture it so well in so few words.There’s something about being surrounded by nature that reminds us of time passing.

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Ah yes, if only we could skip, skim our way back to vigorous youth, eh? Wonderfully done, Davy!

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Perfect picture to go with great poem. “…skimming away old bones.” Love that line!

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Oops, I think I put two lines together. Still love it!

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I am in love with your, blog. I have a scientific blog by my own and I like to read and learn from others. Definitely I recomend future reading posts from here. Well done.

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