I'm with ya!
Could even be just an afternoon of fishing, to sooth the soul.
Going back is sometimes the way forward that's for sure...simpler things and places..although maybe the trick is to stop fussing inside otherwise everywhere seems too full
This resonated with me, having recently returned from a vacation in one of our more remote national parks. As much as I love city conveniences, there is something essential we lose when we spend our days surrounded by concrete and machines.
How nice to have someone dear to return to! Great haiku set. Nicely old egg!Hank
I know that feeling of needing some other than city noise and intrigue. It is a good thing to realize and accept,Elizabeth
I'm so glad you need no fuss. That probably means that you're not fussy--a good thing!Apples from Paradise
Old Egg, you did a wonderful piece of writing with the words. Enjoyable and scenic.Pamela
Oh this is such great poem! Cities are nice but after awhile you do feel hemmed in by the buildings.
I'm with you! Wonderful poem!
Nothing like a day of fishing to soothe the soul.
sounds like just the ticket...a nice relaxing day in the country
You never cease to amaze me! The best I could come up with was a recipe for a dodgy apple pie!
Love that! What a thirst for peace...it seems we all need it, no fuss!
Ah... that's what I felt when reading your poem. To relax in nature. Lovely.
oh yes the 'wicker chair' completed the yearning nicely; relax and enjoymuch love...