Live & Learn
take into the air
my quiet breath…
~ John Keats, from Ode to a Nightingale
Photo: Margaret Durow via sotick
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And a large sip of coffee..
Seems like the only refuge some days. Oh to be on a warm sandy beach breathing in the salt air!
Hi David! Thank you for the follow and the Happy Birthday message on LinkedIn! Hope you are enjoying your day!
John Keats excerpt from Ode to a Nightingale “To take into the air my quiet breath”…so gentle… and for me, “To take into the air my quiet breath” effortlessly, thankfully, I savor, holding count, exhaling forward into the gift of another moment’s breath…
Yes. That’s it Christie. Thank you.
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