She danced in the forest

800px-Miranda_-_The_Tempest_JWWShe danced in the forest as the sun glittered between the trees. Patches of snow mingled with green moss, the rushing stream in the distance. She felt timid at first, unsure how to move, wanting to be elegant, yet unable to let herself go. She was still a little stiff, but the yearning to dance, to express herself, her power, was burning inside of her.

Her eyes flickered nervously to the snowy path, worried someone would walk up on her, afraid to be seen. Silly, she had never seen a soul walk these woods as the same time as her.

She swayed, she moved beneath the treetops and a clear blue sky. The wind increased as she danced. The sun throwing specks of gold all around her.

There was no music of course, except for the stream, the wind. In a book she had once read about dancing to the tune of the world. It had touched something inside of her. She tried to sense it, feel the energies around her.

In her mind she dreamed of a long forest green dress, of a long forgotten past. She fell into a stance with her arms reaching towards the sky, her legs far apart, calling upon Father Sky and Mother Earth. Asking for strength and protection, feeling the glow of the witch inside her…

4 Comments on She danced in the forest

  1. James W D
    February 19, 2014 at 8:10 pm (5 years ago)

    You have a very intriguing site here and I have looked around at a few different things. I liked this little ditty here as it reminded me of a walk I had in the mountains last year. It was on a day with a very synchronous date and time and I took a walk to meditate at that time. The colors that I saw that day with my eyes closed and the sun beating on my face were like nothing I have ever seen before or since.

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    • Anne Linn
      February 19, 2014 at 8:38 pm (5 years ago)

      Thank you for sharing that beautiful experience.

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  2. Jodi
    February 28, 2014 at 7:49 pm (5 years ago)

    Wow! This is such a beautiful piece of writing! Enjoyed the imagery and entrancing mood that it stirs.

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  3. Anne Linn
    March 1, 2014 at 4:12 pm (5 years ago)

    Oh! Thank you Jodi. I’m so happy you liked it.

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