dVerse Quadrille #48

On the Cobbles

My sights are set
on steep roads,
sun-baked and wheel-
worn cobbled ways.
I am aimless through
high forests of mist,
undercover of desert-
spawning sky, broad
and wandered by
reluctant heroes.
I’ve no fear chasing
the unknown; eventually,
I will always bounce back.

 

 

dVerse Quadrille #48 “bounce” (44 words). Photo is my own, taken in Bogotá Colombia.

14 responses to “dVerse Quadrille #48”

  1. Chasing the unknown and bouncing back is a hero’s journey.

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  2. You have to be able to bounce back. Love that photo!

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    1. That was near Bolívar Plaza in Bogotá. It’s a very lively part of the city.

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  3. Pursuing the unknown and always bouncing back. Sounds like living to me!
    Dwight

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    1. I sure don’t bounce as high as used to, Dwight. 😀

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      1. Me either! I sort of roll along now! Ha Ha!

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  4. I have always loved the word “cobble” in all of its uses. You’ve used it beautifully here.

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    1. Thanks, De, and thanks for the Quadrille prompt xx

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  5. I love the idea of chasing the unknown and bouncing back 😊 that is nothing short of heroic!💖

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  6. I love this section:

    “spawning sky, broad
    and wandered by
    reluctant heroes.
    I’ve no fear chasing
    the unknown”

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  7. I love to chase the unknown… sounds like an adventurer inside… love the photo

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    1. It’s a pity so many people are terrified of visiting Colombia. It’s one of the most beautiful countries I’ve had the pleasure to explore, and never once did I feel unsafe or threatened.

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  8. Loved that photo and the words that compliment it. Yes, do bounce back though the path you are on sounds adventurous

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