Arizona Afternoons

by mkvecchitto

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I escaped to the land of clementine skies

A tapestry of chiseled red rock draped me in renewal

Ancient lands dotted with saguaros carried my troubles away

 

Up where mesas dominate each vista

gentle breezes ushered in a fresh perspective

and washed clean the stale air of yesterday

 

I felt my breath rise and fall

I spoke the language of clouds

I kissed my sunset intentions

 

I escaped to a place where even the dirt sings songs of praise

rich in spirits that wander in peace

reminding me to pause, breathe, and respond

 

 

photo: mine

prompts: #WyldeVerse, #SaturdayMix, #BeautizmLove, #DimpleVerse

 

 

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