Letting Go: A Quiet Breath

As the peace arrives, letting go
And the silence waits, letting go
There is nothing left to do now but let go.

Put the work away, letting go
One more thing away, letting go
There is nothing more to do now but let go.

Letting go, like a prayer
Like a dream of nothing there
A quiet breath on the winter air, letting go
A quiet breath on the winter air, let it go. Letting go, like a prayer
Like a dream of nothing there
A quiet breath on the winter air, letting go.

Like a quiet breath on the winter air
Let it go.

Quiet thoughts while walking, on the afternoon before Christmas Eve. Along Croxteth Drive, Greenbank Drive, into the park, round the lake, up Ibbotson’s Lane and over the hill at Penny Lane to home.

Like a quiet breath on the winter air.

10 Replies to “Letting Go: A Quiet Breath”

  1. Very moving words you have written. The photos are beautiful. Thank you for all you have shared Ronnie over the years.
    Memories of my childhood days in Liverpool floating back in mind Saturday shopping in Town, never forgotten the aroma of ground coffee beans wafting from Cooper’s!
    Thank you again and Seasons Blessings to you and your loved ones.
    ps. Glad to be able to Share on Facebook for more folk to enjoy.

  2. From the many silent, whom you give joy.

    In life, two things stand like stone; Giving to others their heart, and the courage to do so. Let your thoughts blossom for us in the years to come.
    Thank you Ronnie.

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