A River’s Season

A River’s Season

To every thing there is a season.

For a river, there is a time to build, and a time to cut away
a time to slow down, and a time to speed up
a time to sparkle, and a time of deep shadow
a time to shape, and a time to rend
a time for movement, and a time to hold steady
a time to support, and a time to dislodge
a time to float at ease, and a time for the maelstrom
a time of gentle exploration, and a time of unbending energy
a time to gurgle, and a time to hurl
a time to be placid, and a time to be harsh
a time to enhance life, and a time to threaten
a time to bring pleasure, and a time to sow fear
a time to be confined, and a time to know freedom
a time for every season under the heavens

Firehole River by Lone Star Geyser

Gibbon River

Gibbon River

Firehole River by Lone Star Geyser

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5 Responses to A River’s Season

  1. Gray Dawster says:

    A lovely posting in more ways than one my dear friend, it has been an age since I last visited but I haven’t forgotten about you. Have a wonderful Thursday and be well 🙂
    Andro xxx

  2. giselzitrone says:

    Schöne Landschaft lieber Gruß und einen schönen Tag Gislinde

  3. Monica says:

    Vielen, Dank, Freundin

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