Sunday Morning


take into the air
my quiet breath…

~ John Keats, from Ode to a Nightingale 


Photo: Margaret Durow via sotick


  1. ahhhh

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  2. And a large sip of coffee..

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  3. Seems like the only refuge some days. Oh to be on a warm sandy beach breathing in the salt air!

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  4. Hi David! Thank you for the follow and the Happy Birthday message on LinkedIn! Hope you are enjoying your day!

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  5. Refreshing indeed!

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  6. 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…

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