2016, Pakistan, Photography, Poems and poetry



Amidst sky hues,
Setting suns, misty blues,
Silences lapsing into eternities, infinities;
Our poetry calls us to listen.

Took this on my return route from Nathiagali, Pakistan. Got inspired by the daily post’s challenge to share it because this trip meant all sorts of magic to me.

(This week’s horizon makes me want to show it again. I feel a connection with this one.)


20 thoughts on “I·dyl·lic

  1. Oh my God that photo. What place is it? Naaran?
    The poem is short and darn sweet and exactly like an idyll! I love it ❤ as I love you. But I love you more.

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