Spring sun melts

Spring sun melts

Spring sun melts
Any mental anguish felt.
Sentinel beings,
Energise the ‘seers’

Nature’s sleepy tones,
Groan from aged
Tree holes.
Hooded nymphs glimpse
Into the lives of meek
Lonely souls.</

I was with my friend and two dogs in Knebworth country park on a beautiful spring evening. We walked through the churchyard where she introduced me to her ancestors sleeping peacefully.The birds were chirping softly and the aroma of bluebells was quite entrancing. As the dogs played, we watched the sun melt at the end of a perfect evening, melting thoughts and worries of the day.

9 thoughts on “Spring sun melts

  1. Beautiful, tranquil thoughts πŸ™‚ there’s nothing better than watching the sun set to make you feel at peace x

      • I have! Fortunately I’m awake early enough to enjoy the sunrises too – I see the best of both! πŸ™‚ x

        • Lucky you! Sometimes I am up at sunrise, it is such a special time, I often do yoga or write then: the energy is amazing! I hope you’ve had a good weekend. πŸ™‚

          • It is a special time of day! I feel blessed knowing I am one of the first people to see the new day emerging.
            I’ve had a great weekend thanks, hope you have too! πŸ™‚ Have you seen the bluebells in Ashridge woods? x

            • So did I thanks Becky. Everywhere we went there were Bluebells to photograph, I was running off into the woods with my camera…bluebell mania! No cure known! I haven’t seen them in Ashridge, I hope they will still be there next weekend. πŸ™‚

              • Ah there is no cure!! They aren’t quite at their peak round Ashridge yet, give it another week of mild weather and I think they’ll be in full flower πŸ™‚ x

    • I’m glad you’ve found my words and idea helpful. I can tell you that I felt really peaceful, it was a lovely feeling. It is easy to visualise and remember too. πŸ™‚

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