• Dave Driver

Walk This Way

If we see ourselves as the seagull sees its broken reflection,

we may walk into a distorted reality.

(Photo Courtesy of Judy Wilkison ( )

If, rather, ignoring the reflection, we

appreciate those who, like the waves,

flow in and out of our lives,

enjoy those who, like the foam,

playfully beckon us beyond ourselves,

and most of all, embrace those who, like the rock,

are our solid friends,

we will see beyond our reflection and walk with fidelity.

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