Come away, oh human child / To the waters and the wild

photo taken August 2009 • title thanks to Karen

one year ago: Easy Summer Afternoon
two years ago: Still Life With Bone

Come away, O human child!
To the waters and the wild
With a faery hand in hand,
For the world’s more full of weeping than you can understand.

I’ve mentioned it before and must say it again today ~ quote Yeats, and you’ve got me; he speaks to my every cell.  And the full “chorus” from the poem quoted by Karen… well, I’ve copied it above; they were perfect words for my yesterday.

Also perfect for my yesterday: getting to read all the entries and poems (go read them in the comment section!) left by all of you.
They were Lovely, Dark and Deep; proving that we all See A World In A Grain Of Sand when we decide to; that freedom is knowing that Time goes one way – I go another; and that sometimes, even a handsome coyote is subject to Pillow Pelt In The Morning.

• • • This photograph is a bit more somber than the usual caption photos ~ we know the punners are at the top of their game, this week is for the poets.

Please leave your title, caption, or Charlie-commentary in the comment section of this post and you will instantly be in the running for a signed copy of my book, now in paperback! Woo me with your words.

261 Responses to “Come away, oh human child / To the waters and the wild”

  1. Claudia Says:

    I have become a Master at eluding the Papparazzi!

  2. ALISHA Says:

    Will “Sun Drunk” be available to buy? That pic reminds me of one of my pets that passed away 2 years ago and the expression made me smile so much remembering it on him. Nothing like waking from a “sun sleep” hangover in total happy/sleepy mode…

  3. Jiwa Says:

    These paws are made for walking, and that’s just what they’ll do

  4. June Says:

    “For of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these: ‘It might have been!’” ~John Greeleaf Whittier

  5. Emma Says:

    To See A World In A Grain Of Sand – William Blake’s Auguries of Innocence

  6. Nancy Latimer Says:

    Hindsight..of the future or the past.

  7. Craig Says:

    A look back at what could have been ..

    I thought I saw something ..

    Situational Awareness

    Moving forward with caution.

    Dang, was a good coyote day! Now, SLEEP.

  8. Suzy Says:

    Tall Cool One

  9. Shannon H. Says:

    Health is the greatest gift, contentment the greatest wealth, faithfulness the best relationship

    The two most powerful warriors are patience and time.
    Leo Tolstoy

    Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.
    Anatole France

    Those who wish to pet and baby wild animals, “love” them. But those who respect their natures and wish to let them live normal lives, love them more. Edwin Way Teale

    What lies behind us and what lies ahead of us are tiny matters compared to what lives within us.
    Henry David Thoreau

  10. Courtney Says:

    “Wishing It Wouldn’t Stop”

    from: And by and by Christopher Robin came to an end of things, and he was silent, and he sat there, looking out over the world, just wishing it wouldn’t stop.
    [Winnie the Pooh]


    “The Value of Doing Nothing”

    from: Don’t underestimate the value of Doing Nothing, of just going along, listening to all the things you can’t hear, and not bothering.
    [Winnie the Pooh]

    What can I say? It’s a Pooh sort of day :)

  11. Brianna Says:

    “What do you want.”

  12. Suzy Says:

    Here’s looking at you, Shreve

  13. Diana Says:

    time goes one way -I go another

  14. belle Says:

    I wonder if I should run and hide; I am never afraid when Shreve is by my side!!

  15. Saxon Says:

    to be as Earth

  16. Chris Says:

    should I stay or should I go now?

  17. Andrea Says:

    Serious coyote is serious. ;P

  18. carol Says:

    He is beauty. He is grace. He is coyote.

  19. Tina Says:

    You talkin’ to me? Then who the hell else are you talking… you talking to me? Well I’m the only one here. – Travis Bickle, Taxi Driver

    I’m funny how, I mean funny like I’m a clown, I amuse you? I make you laugh, I’m here to amuse you? – Tommy Devito, Goodfellas

  20. Debi Says:

    Stepping easy into the future with only one glance behind…..

  21. Patty Says:

    “If you’re ridin’ ahead of the herd, take a look back every now and then to make sure it’s still there.” ~Will Rogers

    ” A place in thy memory, dearest, is all that I claim; To pause and look back when thou hearest the sound of my name.” ~Gerald Griffin

    “He’s like looking into the sun, when I stop I still can’t see straight and there might even be stars in my eyes.”~Lauren Alexis Madden

  22. pam Says:

    I wanted to say

    “to stay or to go?” but someone already did in another way.

    how early do I have to get up?? :-)

  23. Bess Says:

    Pondering what could have been…thank you Shreve.

  24. Annemiek Says:


  25. Heather L Says:

    “Don’t even think about it!”

  26. JMS Says:

    Shedding Solitude in Sepia

  27. Heather L Says:

    “Go Ahead..Make My Day”

  28. Bethrusso Says:

    About face.

  29. Bethrusso Says:

    There’s no turning back.

  30. Bethrusso Says:

    Do you hear what I hear?

  31. Tina Says:

    Guiding Right

  32. Bethrusso Says:

    I remember.

  33. Bethrusso Says:

    A swivel in the sticks.

  34. Alice Says:

    Radar ears.

  35. Bonnie Says:

    Where did Summer go?

  36. Shelley Says:

    Study nature as the countenance of God. – Kingsley

  37. Diane Says:

    Splendour in the grass

    Mighty Profile

    A Profile of Courage

    Earth, Wind, and Coyote

  38. Lisa K Says:

    i’m with Heather: “Don’t even think about it…”

  39. Kelly Says:

    Coyote Contemplation

  40. Mary Says:

    “This is my best side. Do you think I look kinda like a lion with all that beautiful ruff around my neck?”

  41. Renée Says:

    He stands quietly;
    We all stop to admire
    That wild elegance

  42. Barbara Says:

    Lovely, Dark and Deep

  43. Laurie "Wo" Smith Says:

    The Sage-d One Paw-ses.

  44. Ava Says:

    Restless Spirit

    Because of his ghostly and hyper-alert appearance.

  45. Diane Says:

    Call of the Wild

    Paws-ing for effect

  46. jeanne Says:

    charl e. coyote takes a last look at his latest defeat and vows to get that roadrunner

  47. Liana Says:

    there’s no turning back now

  48. Laura Says:


  49. Laura Says:

    It was the briefest of looks
    The stillness of Fall
    I stood taking in
    The wonder of all

  50. Steven Swanson Says:

    Looking over his shoulder


    Checking the path not taken

  51. Heather L Says:

    Bah Humbug!

  52. Laura Says:

    I beg my Lord
    For a Place in Time
    A Chance in the World
    To Make someplace Mine

  53. Kristan Says:

    Rebel With a Cause (or if you want to stay punny: Rebel with those Paws)

  54. Heather L Says:

    “Don’t cross me!”


    Charlie woke up on the wrong side of the bed

  55. Julia Says:

    You turn my head round, baby


    Right round


    All turned around

  56. cfritz Says:

    Whach you talkin’ about Willis?!

  57. Laura Says:

    ….I paused looking back
    at the path leading here….

  58. Scott Says:

    Heart standing abide,
    The stirring of spent tides.

  59. Heather L Says:

    Suspicious Mind

  60. Diane Says:

    One moment in time……

  61. Tracy Bessire Says:

    Mask of fur behind that frown.

  62. Laura Says:

    I heard this place was haunted
    That evil marked this place
    But really there are just fairies
    And an Elf (leg) divining this space

  63. Angie Says:

    Some day you’ll understand.

  64. Heather L Says:

    Zero Tolerance

  65. Trudy Jewell Says:

    In celebration of Christmas:

    “Do you hear what I hear?”

  66. Jaimie Says:

    Two steps forward, one glance back.

  67. Kate Says:

    The Road Not Taken

  68. Karen Says:

    Come away, oh human child
    To the waters and the wild…WB Yeats

  69. ABQ Annie Says:

    “Listening to the whispers of past coyote spirits”

    “Following the footsteps of wild ancestors”

  70. Debby Ziegler Says:

    I can’t see you, but I know you’re always there.

  71. Edie B Says:

    “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I-
    I took the one less traveled by,
    And that has made all the difference.”
    Robert Frost

    (Shreve, this is for you and Charlie.)

  72. Barbara in California Says:

    Watching movement in the grass far away

  73. Heather L Says:

    Accessing the Situation


    Stranger Danger

  74. Feral Boy Says:

    Pillow Pelt In The Morning

  75. dragonhart Says:

    Irresistible Glance

  76. Stephanie U Says:

    To never look back, is never to move forward.

  77. Margini Says:

    What is life?
    It is the flash of a firefly in the night.
    It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime.
    It is the little shadow which runs across the
    grass and loses itself in the sunset.

    - Blackfoot Indian Proverb

  78. beth Says:

    a la Erich Schiffman’s meditations on Patanjali’s yoga sutras:

    Moving into Stillness

  79. Nancy Says:

    Paws [pause] of grace.

  80. Anonymous Says:

    “I’ve got moves you’ve never seen.”


    “I am a thousand winds that blow.
    I am the diamond glints on snow.
    I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
    I am the gentle autumn rain.”

    - Hopi Prayer

  81. Victoria Says:

    “Now, what did I walk over here for?”

  82. Jennifer Says:

    Oops. That “Anonymous” with the Hopi Prayer quote was me!

  83. Norma Says:

    A walk on the wild side.

  84. Pam Says:

    Kashinary Tail

  85. Patr Says:

    Now what is she getting into?


  86. Anonymous Says:


  87. Finnegan'smom Says:

    Ear-ful Gaze

  88. Stephanie K Says:

    Looking back to see
    What I could see,
    O’er my shoulder I stole a glance.

    And it seemed to me
    What I could see
    Was all that I had, past.

    I gave a thought to that behind
    And all I had amassed.

    I pondered over in my mind
    And settled on at last:

    That what I have is not so much –
    If what you’re counting on is touch.

    But my friends will remain,
    And our love will sustain,
    And what we have is past.

    And so I turn forward,
    As I go homeward
    Into a beloved’s arms’ clasp.

  89. Myrialynn Elder Says:

    Seeing is Believing

    When I really Look at you…

  90. Britney Says:

    “I care to live, only to entice people to look at nature’s loveliness.”

    John Muir

  91. mlaiuppa Says:

    I’m lookin’ over my right side shoulder…….

  92. Anonymous Says:

    “My Chloe sense is tingling…”

  93. dilettante Says:

    A suspicion

  94. jb Says:

    “Tumbleweed Connection “

  95. Farmer Lady Says:

    Eye of the Coyote

    Coyote Eye

    Heading Forward, Looking Back
    (he’s heading into the future as an adult, and looking back at his life as a pup, a little sorry to leave that part of his life, so fun and care-free.)

    Leader of the Pack
    (heading out for a walk and looking back for Chloe and Eli.

  96. Eija Says:

    Coyote contemplation

    “…walk like an Egyptian”

    Charlie’s walk and think stance

    Serene alertness

    One step, two step….

  97. Kevin Says:

    Pensive, not Apprehensive!

  98. bonnie Says:

    Moving forward, looking back.

  99. Anonymous Says:

    silence is golden

  100. Gina Says:

    ” I know she’s back there….I can just feel her watchin me” (could be Chloe or Shreve)

  101. Diana Says:

    Look homeward Angel …

    (The title comes from the John Milton poem Lycidas:

    Look homeward Angel now, and melt with ruth:
    And, O ye Dolphins, waft the hapless youth. )

    It is also the title of a book by Thomas Wolfe.

  102. RikkiRae Says:

    “Triangle Man”

    (I mean, look, both of his ears are triangles, his snout is a triangle, and all together they make up a bigger triangle! Very evident in this photo.)

  103. Marissa Says:

    Scruff and shrub

  104. betharoopie Says:

    Something in the way he moves…

  105. Diana Says:

    Don’t even think about it…

  106. Heather L Says:

    “You Talkin to Me?”

  107. Teresa Says:

    I finally caught the Roadrunner. And ironically, Roadrunners taste nasty!

  108. Heather L Says:

    Steer Clear

  109. Heather L Says:

    Mr. Charlie Serious

  110. Kelli Says:

    Smoky Grace

    Soft Intensity

  111. J. Bo Says:

    “You talkin’ to me?”

  112. Sue Says:

    Everyone of these captions are so good I am not even going to try. This is really going to be hard for you Shreve!

  113. D'Ann Says:

    Summer Saunter

  114. D'Ann Says:

    Follow the leader

  115. Rhonda P Says:

    Hark, my name is being sung!

  116. Beka Says:

    Spirit Walk

  117. Charlie Says:

    The Loudest Whisper

  118. D'Ann Says:

    Nonchalant Gaze

  119. Annie Says:

    A glance . . . JUST a glance… at the past and what might have been.

  120. Carol Says:

    “I’ll get you my little pretty!”

  121. Rhedrose Says:

    A rustle in the sage

  122. daisy Says:

    Never look back…

  123. Beth aka EweMama Says:

    “I can’t see my hind legs … and neither can you!”

    “Where’s the rest of me?”

    (This has been used before, I’m sure) Splendor in the Grass

    One Moment of Silent Solitude

    A Pause before Leaping

  124. D'Ann Says:

    Warmer, warmer; OK, now you are hot. Your toy is just in front of your left foot!

  125. AmandaH Says:

    There’s no looking back

  126. Connie Says:

    Nobody wants to play – - – guess I’ll go sit in the corner and eat worms.

  127. Liz Says:

    Dead-on impression of a sly fox

    OR (just for fun :)

    “Santa’s not really watching….is he?”

  128. Julia Says:



    To pause and reflect and then move on.

  129. Isobel Says:

    Faraway Eyes

  130. Erin Says:

    How about:
    Portrait of the coyote as a young man
    Miles to go before I sleep

  131. MJK Says:

    Far and away, he looks and wonders

  132. Sandy G. Says:

    A pensive “look back”

  133. Evan Says:

    Sapius Canis (latin for “discerning dog”)

  134. Evan Says:

    correction to my last entry: Canis Sapius

  135. kristine Says:

    no entry this week, just another amazing coyote survial story to tell!

  136. Amelia Says:


  137. mk ray Says:

    Longing for livings lost

  138. Molly Sjoboen Says:

    Beware the Quiet Ones
    Quiet ones are often misundertood…
    Quiet yet often misundertood…
    A Quiescent Creature is Often Misunderstood

    You get the idea… :-)

  139. jannie Says:

    I THINK that I shall never see
    A poem lovely as Charlie

  140. KRae Says:

    Wily the Coyote

    Don’t you DARE touch me!

    Wait a minute, where did Eli go?

  141. Lizzie Says:

    “Did I leave the gas on…?”

  142. Karyn Says:

    A glance back at what-might-have-beens….

  143. Kathy Says:

    The Look of Wisdom

  144. Lacey Says:

    “Gaze”y days

  145. jb Says:

    The Coy Coyote!

  146. D'Ann Says:

    Glancing back at Summer’s passing

  147. RS Says:

    The Quiet Gaze of the Wild

  148. I-Ching Says:

    Soft Gaze

    A Light Pause in his Step

    Moment of Grace

  149. b Says:

    ‘I call this my Blue Steel look’

  150. b Says:

    ‘She’s right behindme, isn’t she?’

  151. D'Ann Says:

    Put your left foot in, put your left foot out, put your left foot in and shake it all about…

  152. sha Says:

    Slowly I turned…step by step…inch by inch…

  153. Lisa Says:

    Two roads diverged in a wood, and I/I took the one less traveled by/And that has made all the difference. – Robert Frost (The Road Not Taken)

    Yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it – Rudyard Kipling (If)

    In order to improve the mind, we ought less to learn, than to contemplate. – Rene Descartes

  154. ABQ Annie Says:

    a slight edits to my earlier submission:

    “whispering coyote spirits”

    “coyote spirits whispering in the wind”

    “following wild ancestor paw prints” (instead of foot prints)

  155. Angie P Says:

    Pondering his past

  156. Loretta Says:

    I know not every coyote has been as lucky as I have…

  157. woozy Says:

    Look Homeward, Coyote

    *hmm, somehow Charlie sticking his foot in a bunch of brush keeps this photo from appearing _too_ somber*

  158. woozy Says:

    Look Homeward, Trickster

    (if Coyote is too prosaic a replacement for Angel)

    The Trickster Reflects

    Angle of Repose

    Time and the Coyote

    Remembrance of things past (okay, maybe that takes anthropamorphism too far)

  159. Julia Says:

    A speculative pause to glance at the past.

  160. Sarah Says:


  161. lynn Says:

    Cogito ergo sum

  162. sha Says:

    It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.
    -Henry David Thoreau

  163. pauses4paws Says:

    “Are you talkin’ to me?”

  164. Maggie Y. Says:

    Oh Heart.

    It’s a song by a singer/songwriter I know and it was the first thing that popped into my head when I saw this photo.

  165. Kit.e Says:

    Alfalfa Desperado.

    Boss Coyote.


    The Thinker, in sepia.

  166. Lydia Says:

    Torn, but not lost

  167. Robin N Says:

    The REAL Slim Shady!!

  168. D'Ann Says:

    Fleeting Summer glance
    The Dog Days soon passing by
    Fall nips at your heels


  169. muttluver Says:

    Awww, /I/ was gonna mention Robert Frost! I really want the book….. but all I can think of is:

    Mr. Mysterious
    Sweet Nostalgia
    A time to remember…
    Never Forget
    Sage (You know, the plant and the wise man, even though I know those aren’t sage bushes.)
    Pensivity (not a real word, but…)

    Or any variation of the above.

  170. Danielle Says:

    “The woods are lovely, dark and deep…” – Robert Frost

    or a spin on that poem for Charlie
    “His eyes are lovely, dark and deep”

  171. Danielle Says:

    Stalking Little Red Riding Hood

  172. Chris P Says:

    Is she late with the elk snack again?

  173. D'Ann Says:


  174. Meredith Says:

    My little red doxie will get a mad look on her face and we call it “Stink eye”. This reminds me of her!

  175. Kris Says:

    “Side-Long Glance’

  176. J. Jeffrey Says:

    Poser — on nature’s walkway!

  177. D'Ann Says:

    Do you hear what I hear?

  178. dru Says:

    “Are you talking to me?”

  179. maureen Says:

    …. look longingly back at home
    knowingly, but i could not have known
    my love for for them has overgrown
    that damn eli following me home.

  180. matt Says:

    Whispers On The Wind

  181. Ana_B Says:

    Wisdom Gaze of an Old Soul :-) That’s how I see Charlie, anyway!

  182. Barbara Says:

    1. Canine Music with Lovely Lyrics

    2. He Walks in Beauty

  183. Mary Says:

    No shirt, no shoes, no service? I’ll take my business elsewhere.

  184. Sarah Says:

    A Graze Behind

  185. Jasper Says:

    “All the better to look you over, dearie. ” – The Big Bad Wolf

  186. Kristine O. Says:

    Sage amongst the sage
    Brushed Beauty

  187. Deidre Says:

    …”where seldom is heard, a discouraging word”…

  188. wright Says:

    “You’ve got to go forward to go back.”

    Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka

  189. karen hanson Says:

    I stare over there..

  190. Guadalupe Says:


  191. Phoenix Says:

    I spy with my little eye….

  192. Ticia Says:

    Look how far I’ve come!

  193. Kate Says:

    If Shreve isn’t watching, I’ll make a run for it!

  194. Kate Says:

    Prickle Proof

    By the Pricking of My Thumbs…

  195. Di Says:

    Don’t EVEN think about it!

  196. Cindy Says:

    Ancestoral Whispers

  197. Derrick Says:

    A glance at my past

  198. Linda in Michigan Says:

    Go follow the crowd, I’ll take the road less traveled.

  199. Allie Says:

    Never too late to look back

    Looking at what I was, and What I’ve become

  200. sonia Says:

    ” Wish I could stay…”

  201. Rhedrose Says:

    Je ne regret rien…

  202. Allie Says:

    Cautiously Guarding His Heart

  203. lynn Says:


  204. karen hanson Says:


  205. Rhedrose Says:

    Checking for the entourage

  206. Scarlet Seraph Says:

    Beloved, gaze in thine own heart. (Yeats – The Two Trees)

  207. KT Says:

    Hey, Chloe’s napping. Time to dig up that bone she buried over there!

  208. Isobel Says:

    A Penny for his Thoughts….

  209. Lindsay Says:

    Looking back, I regret nothing

  210. mlaiuppa Says:

    Like John Barrymore, Charlie favors his left profile.

  211. CatScott Says:

    Not sure if this has been stated, but here we go….

    This cracked me up! Reminds me a little of that Ben Stiller movie “Zoolander” so here are some of my suggests:

    Have you ever wondered if there was more to life, other than being really, really, ridiculously good looking?


    Charlie – The Really, Really, Ridiculously Good Looking Coyote


    Really, Really Ridiculously Good Looking

  212. Suzy Says:

    Look Here! I am the most handsome coyote in these parts.

  213. Milaka Says:

    Something Winsome This Way Comes

  214. Diane Says:

    Wayward Glance

  215. E.Jolie Says:

    I think your tweet says it all.”Charlie looks so shocked,baffled.I might even say offended,when he realizes I’ve tricked him. I know,Coyote,that’s “your job” right?” I would love to know the actual context of your wonderfully sensitive picture.You never fail to capture emotion that always leaves me with questions & wanting more.

  216. Marlene Says:

    First thing that crossed my mind when I looked at his face

    The Eyes have It!

  217. Rhedrose Says:

    “Later, Babe…”

  218. Bria Says:

    The beauty way, every day

  219. Liza Lundell Says:

    Wyoming in his eyes

  220. Goose Says:

    The mask of his fathers spirit

  221. heather em Says:

    i think that i shall never see
    a poem lovely as a coyote.

  222. Maegan Says:

    The Road Less Traveled

    Yours is the Earth and Everything That’s in It– Rudyard Kipling

    The Love of Bare November Days– Robert Frost

    Reluctance– Robert Frost (the expression in Charlie’s eyes make me think of that poem)

  223. mellissa Says:

    pause for a cause


    taking a walk on the wild side

  224. CJ Says:

    That smoky stare…

  225. HTS Says:

    A Backward Glance

  226. Mimi Says:


  227. Sue (Puck's Mom) Says:

    The Elegance of the Coyote

    (with apologies to Muriel Barbery, author of The Elegance of the Hedgehog)


    Best Foot Forward

  228. Randi Says:


  229. Barbara R Says:

    Hearing a memory…

  230. KC Says:

    Not Again! Winter is blowing over the horizon.

  231. olivetheoil Says:

    In remembrance of things past.

  232. Melissa Says:

    Looking for Chloe.
    Come play with me!
    My heart is right here!

    I know this “poem” (lol) doesn’t rhyme, but to me it says what Charlie may be thinking with his paw next to their heart toy.

    Always love your pics of all the critters!

  233. Rosemary Says:

    Stalk like an egyptian

  234. Anita (Little John's Mom) Says:

    The eyeliner is au natural babe!

  235. Therese Says:

    Songdog Takes Pause to Listen
    (Takes Paws? heh.)

  236. Becca Says:

    “They called him the most wild thing of all and made him king of all wild things.” – Maurice Sandak, Where The Wild Things Are

    “Let the wild rumpus start!” – Maurice Sandak, Where The Wild Things Are

    “Could I revive within me
    Her symphony and song,
    To such a deep delight ‘twould win me.”
    -”Kubla Khan” by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

  237. Becca Says:

    Inside two moments, and loathe to leave.

    Little boy brown, come howl your song.

    Love ahead, and love behind, and love beside him always.

  238. Isa Says:

    Yezz i’m looking great

  239. Janie Says:

    Oh no Shreve didn’t …

    (reading everyone’s captions = fun fun!)

  240. Michelle Says:



    I have no more tail to give

  241. Christine Says:

    We walked the road less traveled
    It lies now far behind,
    ‘Though the road ahead winds farther
    I do not think I mind,
    For her heart I’m closely guarding
    The same as she guards mine,
    And we walk this path together
    With both our hearts entwined.

  242. vhw Says:

    handsome guy, looking back

  243. Sabine Says:

    Cattle die
    kinsmen die
    all men are mortal.
    Words of praise
    will never perish
    nor a noble name.

    - The Havamal

  244. Sabine Says:

    From the outback of red Australia….

    my heart beats there too.

  245. Rick Says:

    Well, if you’re coming, come on!

  246. Laura H Says:

    even the brave sometimes walk warily

    cautious steps

    trepidatious trespasses

    why the long-ing face?

  247. Beth aka EweMama Says:

    Paws and Reflection

    No, NO! Use the wide-angle lens!

  248. Sarah Says:

    Paws for thought.

  249. Dawn Says:

    Sepia and sage

  250. Maria Says:

    gazing beyond the fence

  251. ktbug ladydid Says:

    I don’t know if I should stay, or go away.

  252. ursula Says:

    are you coming or not

    left paw in…

    paw it forward

    I’ll be back…

  253. Theresa Szpila Says:

    Hmmm. Charlie is awfully serious in this one. How about:

    Past and future in one glance.

    The Once and Future Coyote facing a once and future world.

    Coyote was. Coyote is. Coyote will always be.

    A light-hearted soul in heavy thought.

  254. Arielle Says:

    A pensive paws

    Looking but never turning back

    Looking back with one eye, forward with the other

    Gentle gaze

  255. Sally Says:

    He Sees

  256. Alexis Scott Says:

    To those who are not free….

    My mind

    you will never know.

  257. SJ Says:

    love the way it poses

    A smile from SJ =)

  258. whiskerbiscuit Says:

    Charlie’s big ol’ ears always crack me up, even when he’s doing his most serious Bobby DeNiro “…you talking to me..?” impression. nyuk-nyuk.

  259. Alicia Says:

    Dear Shreve,
    I am the national Library Examiner for I write articles that are more like reviews than essays, but for lack of a better verb, I’ll say that I’m going to “review” your book before the end of the month. While at Tattered Cover in Colorado, I selected it as a gift for my daughter who spent a week working in Ten Sleep this past summer. I also chose it because of the warmth and beauty of the photos and the clarity of your writing. Please give Charlie some tummy scratches for me.

  260. Alicia Says:

    Oops, I meant to say that my articles are more like essays than reviews. But it’s late at night, and it’s been a long day.

    Here is a quote that I deeply love and which I always consider during tough times. It was written by a wise person named Patrick Miles Overton and is titled “Faith.” Overton says, “When we walk to the edge of all the light we have and take that step into the darkness of the unknown, we must believe that one of two things will happen: There will be something solid for us to stand on. Or, we will be taught how to fly.”

  261. cozmiccowgirl Says:

    “When Freedom is outlawed, only outlaws will be Free.” Abbie Hoffman

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