Joy in Parting

What Joy Can There Be In Parting?

~A poem by Melissa Dowland; images by Mike Dunn

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The bluebird perched on the branch
right in front of me.

I could see his sharp beak,
his rusty breast,
his snow-white belly.

Eastern Bluebird with Dogwood berry

Then he turned
And became a dazzle of blue
as he flew between the trees
and out of sight.

What joy there can be in parting.

4 thoughts on “Joy in Parting

  1. What a joy it is to start my day with a wonderful posting from Roads End! The photographs, the touching poetry, the informative commentaries – they all truly enrich my perspective of both mind and heart. Thank you! Keep up the excellent work. What a great team you are!!

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