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wickedeasy 70F  
10704 posts
8/24/2017 4:05 pm
Van Gogh and dogs

Whatever is possible was once impossible.

Last night around midnight the electricity cut off, the fan over my bed stopped turning, my bedside light blinked out, the refrigerator stopped humming. The dark was so dark. Moving carefully, I went to the front windows, saw that it was the entire neighborhood and that the only lights left shining were the solar lights on my stairs and the ones in my neighbors’ back bushes.

It was a hot muggy night. I could hear through my open windows the sounds of people searching for candles, those who had not already retired, or those who had awakened opening windows, hoping for a breeze.

Charlie and I found our way down the stairs to the front steps.As we sat, I noticed Sam next door on his steps. We waved, not willing to break the stillness.

Charlie wandered off down the road towards the park so i followed. It is odd to be in such a dark as this. always there is some light from somewhere casting a shadow, breaking the deepness. But this, this was country dark. i had not thought to bring a flashlight, following Charlie was my safety.

Still so hot, my neck coated with sweat, but once in the park, the wind seemed to have found space to move and i knew we had passed into the open area of the field.

Charlie moved deeper until I couldn’t see him distinctly, but my eyes could catch the motion of him. Usually he is a barker, in part becasue he is going deaf and he echo locates, but not that night. When he circled back, finding me on my back, staring at the stars. he pushed up against me, big old rolling over to feel the grass on his back, knocking me onto my side. I startled, finding Shadow lying there on my left.

Shadow is nearly 14, like Charlie, an elder statesman, an elegant mix of huskie and something that makes him huge and tall. his head is nearly to my breast.
Beside him, his owner staring upwards. Shadow found us in the park. I hadn't heard them coming. the stars held me.

It isn’t often that you can see the stars, not like this.

The sky so big, the world seemed almost clean again. We four stayed there in silence until the lights came on, Phil gave me a hand up. Odd that we didn’t speak at all, but comfortable. Shadow leaned against me for a minute or so, to say goodbye.

By the time Charlie and I made it home, it was late. I was glad for the light on the stairs so Charlies didn't struggle.

I thought I would dream about stars.

You cannot conceive the many without the one.

wickedeasy 70F  
32408 posts
8/24/2017 4:06 pm

i didn't.

You cannot conceive the many without the one.

valdezvicvic 62M
996 posts
8/24/2017 4:48 pm

I was off grid for 12 years, we have lost so much thru "modern improvements". If the power was off thru the night, and your cell was also turned off, I would bet you that you slept better and deeper than you could remember.

wickedeasy replies on 8/27/2017 3:02 pm:
i slept well indeed

Tmptrzz 57F
85026 posts
8/24/2017 5:37 pm

Sounds like a nice night of star gazing...I'm glad your power is back on hopefully tonight you can get a good nights sleep in the coolness of your own bed..

Just your average every day run of the mill nana here!!!

pocogato12 68F  
34264 posts
8/24/2017 6:12 pm

This was so awesome when Coldplay came to Gillette this summer:

"'Cause you're a sky, 'cause you're a sky full of stars
I'm gonna give you my heart
'Cause you're a sky, 'cause you're a sky full of stars
'Cause you light up the path

I don't care, go on and tear me apart
I don't care if you do, ooh
'Cause in a sky, 'cause in a sky full of stars
I think I saw you

'Cause you're a sky, 'cause you're a sky full of stars
I wanna die in your arms
'Cause you get lighter the more it gets dark
I'm gonna give you my heart

I don't care, go on and tear me apart
I don't care if you do, ooh
'Cause in a sky, 'cause in a sky full of stars
I think I see you
I think I see you

'Cause you're a sky, you're a sky full of stars
Such a heavenly view
You're such a heavenly view"

I know just how you felt lying in the grass

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wickedeasy replies on 8/27/2017 3:04 pm:
smiles.....thank you for knowing

sweet_VM 62F
81044 posts
8/24/2017 7:49 pm

Love it a very powerful read hugs V

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KItkat1415 58F  
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8/24/2017 9:11 pm


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KtMnDu 68M
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8/24/2017 9:30 pm

As I write this, illuminated by the battery-powered lighting here in my fort, I am again reminded how teathered we are to electricity......and whether forced or voluntarily, we need to step away from the lights every so often.....it gives a reference that matters in our lives........dogs know this......

wickedeasy replies on 8/27/2017 3:08 pm:
yes, the dogs were so comfortable with it. smiles. it was a moment i will treasure for the joy and the wildness it engendered.

27036 posts
8/24/2017 10:21 pm

I had forgotten how much I miss the quiet of a night when the only light you can see is from stars. It is peaceful and beautiful. Thanks for reminding me.

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wickedeasy replies on 8/27/2017 3:08 pm:
yes, and freeing

author51 57F  
100152 posts
8/25/2017 12:53 am

With working midnight I get to do this every night.Even though there are street lights,the rest of my town is dark and asleep.The light show and shooting stars help me find my way home.All is quiet and one can only look up and drink it all in.. Beautiful story my friend...

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HamburgDave2 77M
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8/25/2017 3:27 am

Good Morning WE
Beautiful story, living here in the UK there is so little space, and with so much street lighting it is really rare to get a good view of the stars

When I was in the R.A.F. during the 60's, I spent some time in Aden in the Middle East. There whilst doing Guard Duties in the early hours, the number of stars visible was amazing

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wickedeasy replies on 8/27/2017 3:09 pm:
i can only imagine. and there, so far from any sense of your home.

spunkycumfun 60M/65F  
36115 posts
8/25/2017 4:55 am

I love looking at the stars; I still can't get my around that what I see in space isn't there at the time that I'm looking!

wickedeasy replies on 8/27/2017 3:10 pm:
ah, yes.............yet another level of the ambiguity and the beauty

goodatpoetry2 70M
16562 posts
8/25/2017 5:28 am

That was a beautiful story.
Makes you wish it would happen more often.

wickedeasy replies on 8/27/2017 3:11 pm:
i wonder if i would appreciate it as much if it did.

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8/25/2017 5:36 am

That was an amazing time! Is it not truly beautiful how this world can be at times???

I love looking at the stars

wickedeasy replies on 8/27/2017 3:11 pm:
sometimes it almost snaps you in two

wildnwanton 57F  
19449 posts
8/25/2017 7:54 am

I miss seeing the stars. I've lived in places with no light pollution, and I truly miss those places. When I was a kid I used to sneak out into the backyard with a blanket after my parents were asleep to lay on the ground an look at the stars.

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wickedeasy replies on 8/27/2017 3:12 pm:
smiles at that image. to surround yourself with the infinite. a true dreamer

smartasswoman 62F  
33392 posts
8/26/2017 5:27 pm

Aaaah you're so smart! Next time I have a power outage at night I'm going to go out and look at the stars.

Our cabin on the hiking trip was "country dark" - when I got up to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night, it was so pitch black I had to feel my way along the walls to get there. Unfortunately, it was cloudy, so no star gazing.

wickedeasy replies on 8/27/2017 3:13 pm:
it even smells different smarty. all your other senses engage

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8/27/2017 12:23 pm

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hello...........now i will go and check your blog. thanks for the pictures, they made me smile

ProfPlayful 56M
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8/27/2017 7:25 pm

Another lovely blog post, Wicked. Thanks for sharing your starry, starry night with us.

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wickedeasy replies on 8/28/2017 1:48 pm:
you are most welcome Professor

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