Wind Blows, Silent Stones

Wind blowing on and on forever, churning the sky and sea together into a wild landscape of whipped lead, a sprinkle of sunshine and a dash of salt. Brittle oak leaves twirling through the air without any control or chance to escape the claws of a beast that is the wind. Silver-green olive trees swaying and bowing to the sea.

I sit on a rock with a thermos flask of tea and a hearty spiced cocoa muffin, all the while battling with the wind over the pages of my book, my hair flying around in all directions as if I was Baba Yaga riding her saucer.





Stone houses with stone chimneys and orange tiled roofs, stone walls along the narrow lanes weaving like a strip of grey cloth among the patches of red-brown fields, ancient olive groves and vineyards.


First raindrops splattering on the pages of my book. A ray of hope:


I wish you sun-blest December days and fire-lit evenings.

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7 Responses to Wind Blows, Silent Stones

  1. Flora says:

    Jej, Tanč je dol. Z netom :). Ti, sam tale snegec, ki pada po blogu, pa kuram prou nič ne paše.

  2. Sabina says:

    Kako drugačen utrip kraja. Kamenja, ki je kos tudi opisanemu vetru. Zelenja, ki je drugače zeleno….
    Tople in v večerno rdečkasto nebo ujete tople želje zate!

  3. janez says:

    Tako zadovoljnih kokoši pa že dolgo nisem videl:), da o spokojnosti odročne vasice sploh ne govorim. Res si srečko!

  4. iamforchange says:

    I love your pages and your form of self-expression, it is a pleasure to have you share your gifts through your pages Thank you. I have nominated you for blog of the Year please visit my page Blog of the year awards and nominations Thank you! Revised
    Posted on December 9, 2012

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