Thursday photo prompt: Turning #writephoto

This is my entry for Sue Vincent of The Daily Echo‘s Thursday Photo Prompt. # writephoto. Rules and Pingback Here.

Paul stopped at the turn in the road, he dismounted his bike. He shielded his eyes as he looked across the valley, the sun low in the sky almost blinding.

Things are turning he thought to himself. Not only weather wise, from Autumn to Winter but also from frosty gently rolling hills and fields to steep stark snow covered mountains.

Where was this journey taking him. He had been traveling for eighteen months now and how his life had changed. He had met so many amazing people along the way.

They had all given him food for thought and he too had unwittingly helped many of them too. This young man on a bike looking for answers and offering help were needed.

The chill in the air took his breath away for a moment. Yes he felt it, was this it , was this it? Was this the turning, had he found the answers he was searching for. …He did feel better he did feel at peace. Suddenly he was exhausted, he got back his bike and headed down the valley towards the mountains.

He saw the smoke from the house before he took the turn. He put his bike by the back door and knocked.

She opened the door and smiled. “Welcome home Paul ……”

September Music 6

For the month of September I am going to choose a piece of music or song and write a poem or alternative version. Jane Dougherty is doing a September Stanza here. And Kat Myrman is doing September a poem a day Here

Today’s music is William Orbit‘s arrangement of Samuel Barbers. Adagio for Strings

Past, present future

Time passes, the tree stands strong.

Roots deep grow so strong.

Wars peace and revolution

Watching civilization.

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