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Afternoon on a Hill – The Concept.

I will be the gladdest thing
Under the sun!
I will touch a hundred flowers
And not pick one

I will look at cliffs and clouds
With quiet eyes
Watch the wind bow down the glass
And the grass rise

And when lights begin to show
Up from the town
I will mark which must be mine
And then start down!

Edna st. Vincent Millay

THE CONCEPT

How do you feel when you stand on top of a hill, lift your hands high up in the sky and then sip in the free air with closed eyes?

“I will look at cliffs and clouds
Watch the wind bow down the glass
I will definitely feel alive”

Afternoon on a hill, a poem by the late Edna st. Vincent Millay is a piece expressing relief. The relief you get when you let go freely. Even though you walk on thorns, if you go outside, sit under a tree on top of the mountain then look at nature and everything in it with a free mind, you feel powered. Everything strikes in swiftly and that is afternoon on a hill. Go for it by commenting below, what is your afternoon on a hill?

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