I can never pass by that enchanting stream without being irresistibly tempted to see where it may lead.  There’s only one other thing that has me so very curious though.  I’ve so often known people who’ve attempted to follow it.  None of them, however, has yet returned from his adventure.  What the vegetation may truly belie, we do not know. 

Welcome back to Sue’s weekly WRITEPHOTO .

9 thoughts on “Idyllic

  1. TheMysteriousBlogger says:

    Alfred, Lord Tennyson, ‘The Brook’.

    Just as rivers flow into the sea, so brooks flow into larger rivers, as Tennyson highlights in this charming poem:

    ‘And out again I curve and flow /
    To join the brimming river, /
    For men may come and men may go, / But I go on for ever.’

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