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**A lesson offered by the poet in me I've seen,

The lee sides (leeward) of mountains are where the winds parts upwards,
And the warmth of the earthen mound, extends outward becomes trapped,
Within the grasps of escaping winds that lifts, carries its prisoners of air,
As the winds go beyond, the trapped air burst over the mound and holds,
Whispers they are part of the mound and choose to remain for a moment,
The brevity of time, the mound holds its vague strands that hovers tenderly,
Their embrace ingratiates eyes far below, for nature's love is for all to behold.

**last two images of where I live in Hilo, Hawaii of 50k residents and Mauna Kea (White Mountain--'snow capped') firstly clear skies and lastly one with the lenticular cloud above it.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2019

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Date: 6/7/2019 4:40:00 PM
The view you give us here is totally spectacular, and so is the description, Wonderful sharing dear William, Wish I could visit, that beautiful Country of yours xo
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Date: 6/7/2019 5:48:00 PM
For 40 years, travellers from around the world, would say that we have such a beautiful place, whereto, I would say, "But none will replace the likes of your own home place.", of that, none had disagree, visit us Pixie Dust, Aloha William