You warned me of the

before two hearts blended
in a forest,
your body electrified
flakes of white,
resting tears of fear, or
was it love?

A forest crying wolf,
I could love you in the
snow. . . pop the cork
fill both of our glasses as we
toast to this mountain,
to the wilderness,
standing at the highest peak

It was then, I knew air –
mountain air – it lifted me
carried me – brought me
into his world where trees
form a private memory

Rocks and boulders
talked to us,
approved of our reflection
as sun pasted shadows
onto snow –
I will never climb a mountain
quite like that again

  1. Craig Murray says

    very nice, very evocative

  2. Nancy Duci Denofio says

    Thank you so much for those words Craig, Sincerely Nancy

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