August 14, 2011

Freeze Marks and Evaporation

Winter grabbed the world from Autumn, and Autumn had no choice but to give it up. Autumn had always been that way. Autumn could never say no to Winter. Winter liked to drop her coat on Autumn's world, thaw, run wet, and freeze again. 

Winter warmed with Spring. Winter felt Spring grow in her. Spring knew he melted Winter's world. Spring licked at Winter's secret freeze marks.

Summer took Spring to another level of life. Spring felt Summer’s first heat and opened up completely. Spring rained on Summer, and Summer sucked it back up into her sky.

Autumn could always talk to Summer, and Summer could relax with Autumn. Autumn soothed Summer’s stroke and cooled her world. Summer's embers died in Autumn.


This is the second part of The Seasons. Here's the next part.

12 comments:

Claudia said...

nice ed - like how the seasons touch and influence each other...you've given them quite some personality and write with a sensual pen..smiles...i like

Brian Miller said...

smiles. licked her hidden freeze marks...nice...ha. you def highlight the intimacy shared between the seasons.

Wine and Words said...

Mmmm. Yes, of course I should be called Autumn instead of Fall. Far more appealing.

My Inner Chick said...

-- Winter liked to drop her coat on Autumn's world, thaw, run wet, and freeze again.
Soooooo Lovely.

Eva Gallant said...

A lovely description of the seasons! Thanks for visiting my blog!

ladyfi said...

Love the intimacy among the seasons!

Pat Hatt said...

Love the intricate play between the seasons, nicely done.

Phoenix said...

Beautiful - I am loving see the interplay and relationships between all of the seasons and imagining their own lives and drama going on as mine does.

Fantastic work, Ed!

Ed Pilolla said...

thanks so much for the love. it was weird casting spring as a guy. in fact, my first instinct was that all the seasons were gals but that wouldn't have been as fun:)

oceangirl said...

this is truly beautiful ed. is this how you see things. i wonder how you view people. from the colours, i think i have some idea.

Rosemary Nissen-Wade said...

Ahhh!

Magaly Guerrero said...

I love the sensuality of this peace. So many sensations, the heat and cold of the moments. The companionship and the trust... a treat for the senses.