The Fine Lady of Goff Creek

Debutante of Absaroka foothills escorted down nature’s staircase of earthen brown clay;
The crisp clear breeze of earth’s ancient corridors combs softly through her long platinum tresses;
Satin ruffles of cool mountain stream are adorned with elegant pearls of delicate white lace
And her transparent silken gown sparkles with shimmering sequins of sunbeams luminous rays.

Whispers and giggles break forth from rocks and childish pebbles, as the edges of her skirt brush past;
The symphony of the waterway strikes up a haunting melody which gives guidance to her graceful steps.
Choral voices ripple through the air, giving breath to searching questions– soft echoes come in answer.
The chants of cold water naiads call forth for bended knee, humble honor due; giving praise to her Creator.

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Published in: on August 28, 2009 at 2:15 am  Leave a Comment  

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