Visit site

Related Pins

“There is a legend about a bird which sings just once in its life, more sweetly than any creature. It leaves the nest & searches for a thorn tree, & does not rest until it has found one. Then, singing among the savage branches, it impales itself upon the sharpest spine. Dying, it rises above its own agony to outcarol the lark & nightingale. One superlative song with a price. The world stills to listen, God in His heaven smiles. For the best is bought at the cost of great pain." - C. McCullough

Sylvan - adj. Related to the woods, wooded. n. One who inhabits or frequents the woods. A.Word.A.Day (January 6, 2011)

Henri Adrien Tanoux Nymphs in a forest,

In the faint moonlight, the grass is singing... ~T.S. Eliot

Three Rivers Deep | elemental book series "A two-souled girl begins a journey of self-discovery..." READ MORE @ threeriversdeep.w... pic source: silenthuntress.tu... (? by) rowena ellen

hold the adventure in your fingertips - close enough to grasp yet loose enough you value every sensation & moment

“Your breath touched my soul and I saw beyond all limits.” Rumi (photo © Elle)