Separating Worlds

‘Forests have secrets,’ he said gently. ‘It’s practically what they’re for. To hide things. To separate one world from another.’ —  Catherynne M. Valente, from Deathless

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We got a few inches of snow yesterday, so had to tromp around the woods a bit.

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It makes the heart gentle, this snow, burying the sharp edges of life. — Kent Nerburn in A Haunting Reverence

One Comment on “Separating Worlds

  1. Snow certainly does ‘bury the sharp edges of life’, as I found when taking some photos yesterday evening.

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