The photo is by kind permission of Gilly.
cascading through the valleys
ah, nature’s refill
and lifeblood of a people
echoes of ancient powerCopyright © Celestine Nudanu (24/07/14)
I appreciate your patience with me as I catch up on your blogs. Thanks a million! Shalom.
I’ve been drawn to water this summer and in doing so, am realizing the POWER in water! Without it, we would not survive. Great post!!! Thank you. Love, Amy
Thank you Amy, for the lovely comment.:-)
You are so welcome! Love, Amy
That is very pretty, Celestine. I can see it clearly.
Thank you, Joyce 🙂
That’s beautiful Celestine. You can see the river splashing its way down in your writing. Fantastic
Oh Al, thanks for such a lovely compliment.
You’re welcome. I always love the way you tell so much in so few words. You are really gifted Celestine.
I thank you again, kind Sir. 🙂
you can hear power and feel misty beauty in your words – delightful refreshment for a hot summer day
Thanks dear for the lovely comment 🙂 Have a nice weekend 🙂
Alice Keys said:
I like being able to hear the water fall in your words. 🙂
Thanks so much Alice. 🙂
Alice Keys said:
Your welcome. 🙂
Kiru Taye said:
Beautiful. ‘Silver rivulets’
Thank you dear Kiru. 🙂
A beautiful connection to life in words. The photo is exquisite too.
Thanks so much Kimmy. 🙂
Have a wonderful weekend. 🙂
You too my dear 🙂
Thank you my dear.
Sharmishtha Basu said:
what a poem! you painted the picture with your words… i love all waterbodies, waterfalls are specially beautiful 🙂
Trisha, thanks. There’s something about waterfalls that reminds me of purity and power. 🙂
Amrit Sinha said:
This was beauty 🙂
Amrit, thanks 🙂
Lucid Gypsy said:
Mega awesome Celestine, a great use of my pic – taken in 1999 by the way and pre digital cameras!
Wow, Lucy. Awesome picture that inspired my words. I should rather thank you. 🙂
Stella Eromonsere-Ajanaku said:
This is a tribute to nature and God’s power and gift to us. Awesome!
Thank you so much, Stella.
Nice! And one of my favorite spots on earth!
Thank you, Tiny 🙂