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Thanksgiving Words When We Need Them

Autumn Leaves ©2011 Nicolino Sapio
Words When We Need Them Before this early moment,
another, ripe with rain,
the scent of its own full shape.
Each day the rooster
we have never seen
raises the first greeting
and darkness which holds us
in its loose pocket all night
sets us down.
Now we walk,
waking up rooms,
switching on lights.
Into the breath,
wordless but ripe
with all possible words,
messages not yet gathered
or sent.
Morning looms,
more friend than
the best friend.
We could still say. ~Naomi Shihab Nye from “The Red Suitcase” Gratitude is the memory of the heart.  ~Jean Baptiste Massieu, translated from French
About the Photographer Nicolino Sapio
Nicolino Hails from Zurich Switzerland and speaks both Italian and German. His Greatest Inspiration artistically is Salvador Dali. Nicolino does a great deal of charity work with his photography in Africa for
The photograph is hope, toil, tears, and above all, love. The photograph is a gift received and …

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