Visual Storyteller Series

#4 – Silence Please

Hi everyone,

Quiet moments are precious. With the inclusion of photographs I have for a change, inserted a wee poem.

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Some folk execute it with words, that come alive the moment you turn that first page of their book.

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While others share it via sound effects to make you gasp in delight as you wait for their next slice of dialogue.

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More than a few express it by capturing a moment in time with the click of a shutter.

They are a visual storyteller.


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12 Mile Delta DOC camp (17)

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There are moments in my life,

where I wish to be.

To just enjoy the quiet.

Just me and my dreams.

Sometimes with my eyes closed,

Other times with my eyes wide open.

Then there are times when I stand and stare,

out into the distance and beyond.

So, please, no noise.

Just let me be.


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Previous posts in my A Visual Storyteller collection.
A Visual Storyteller #1 – The Boy on a Horse
A Visual Storyteller #2 – Simple Pleasures for Sophisticated People
A Visual Storyteller #3 – School is OUT

41 thoughts on “#4 – Silence Please”

  1. Your poem gave me goosebumps, Suzanne. Especially the words β€œvisual storyteller.” I get it. For me, β€œthe quiet” is a precious gift. Breathtaking photos! You have an eye for beauty, Suzanne.

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  2. Beautiful words and photographs Suzanne – the restfulness and peace just shines through. It was a lovely start to my day.
    Thanks for linking up with us at MLSTL and I’ve shared on my SM πŸ™‚

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