Lost Canyon

Lost Canyon

Old pathways through canyon bottom
erased by wind and sand
overgrown by time’s twisting brambles
dry stream bed empty of human prints
lost canyon winds its way
into the past heart of youth

 

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13 Responses to Lost Canyon

  1. sandy says:

    Amazing colors in these photos! Bet that was a neat trip.

  2. andro51 says:

    A nice addition to your blogs Monica and I always
    like to see pictures added as they truly enhance the
    poetry with a wonderful edge… Be good now

    Really like your photographs too, now what is the word
    I was searching for? Ahhh Yes… Wicked

    Androgoth XXx

  3. bluebee says:

    Beautiful poem evoking the ancient feel of this place, Monica.

    • Monica says:

      Thank you, Bluebee. It’s a journey into the past for me. We used to backpack into this canyon before children and dogs. When we were carefree, and cows grazed in the park, leaving their calling cards but also a trail through the wilderness.

  4. penpusherpen says:

    I am so, so jealous Monica, … to actually stand there amid scenery which seems not to have changed for numerous millennia, wearing a coat of past mystery… Lost Canyon, your words again describe the scenes to perfection…Heart-stoppingly good… xPenx

  5. lazfreedman says:

    I’d love to be there… or rather, Thanks for the Poetic tour, Monica
    Peace and Joy,
    Laz

  6. Monica says:

    Thank you, dear Laz.

  7. I could lose my poetic mind in those pics Monica , and your words compement beautifully, so much ancient history and stories abound in those canyons , enjoyed your blog.
    Cheers Princess.
    Ian

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