Faerie Flight (7 IMAGES)

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On a Faerie with No Name
I rode to find salve for pain
 

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I dipped and soared in the Light
Surrendering to Its Tender Might
 
 
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Without a care for where I went
I succumbed to Faerie’s Scent
 
 
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Oh take oh take my pain away !!!
 
 
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And bring me to the calming sway
 
 
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Of breezes bringing ultimate relief
From days of tortuous endless grief
 
 
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To which they bring me to a Land
That heals beyond all Time’s Stand.
 

~AmyRose~

Photography/Poetry 2014©AmyRose

 

91 thoughts on “Faerie Flight (7 IMAGES)

      1. Rusty is looking better this morning! I even saw him put some weight on that back leg. We are going to our Vet this morning for one last time. And it WILL be the last time. Thank you from the bottom of my Heart for everything you have done for us! Love and (((HUGS))) Amy

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  1. Oh, this post made me cry today Amy, but I was in quite a vulnerable state to start with 🙂 Thank you for the comfort!!! 🙂 Big hugs to you! ❤

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    1. Goosebumps. My Heart never leads me wrong, Line. Perfect timing as always. I wrote this on a day when I did not know if Rusty would make it. These words are powerful, and I mean powerful. I have been reading them all weekend long, and yes, they made me cry and they brought great comfort to me as well. May you be comforted and know Peace again in your Heart, dear friend. Love, Amy

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  2. Amy, Thank you for this! Just what I needed this morning. I wish all the best today with your vet…sending you lots of positive energy. And white, healing light for Rusty!Hugs, Phyl

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    1. My Heart really guided me to put this one up today. You are the second person who told me it is exactly what is needed. Bless you!!! (((HUGS))) Amy

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      1. Honey, I’ve been SO hit with this trauma about Rusty, first trying to wrap my brain around the fact that he is extremely hurt, then dealing with a negligent Vet, then around the clock care trying to save not only his leg but his life, then he looked better, then took a turn for the worse with a fever of 105.6 and back we go kicking it in high gear to save his leg because again his paw turned a dark purple. Yes, Morgan, I have been in shock. For real. A few days last week, every time I closed my eyes I went into a panic and had flashbacks. This has been a horrible nightmare, one in which is slowly improving. xx Amy

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      2. OH dear Amy I am so sorry, I honestly had no idea. and for THAT I am sorry, because I do confess that I am doing so much and going in so many (too many) directions that I don’t get to spend the quality time I’d like to in any one place. So its my own fault I didn’t know, but still, I am sorry and shall include all of you in my most fervent prayers.

        I do not know the entire situation, but I did have a cat once who got stuck in a trap and we had to amputate that leg. after the horror of it, and the sorrow, we realized that he got along just fine on three and barely missed a beat. I dont know what is best for Rusty, just saying, perhaps…if it’s necessary …if his health would improve …he will be fine. course like I said, I dont know all the details. either way…my prayers hover o’er you all 😉

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      3. Bless you, Morgirl! Bless you! Please do not blame yourself, OK? I too don’t have the quality time to be everywhere I want to be. Rusty is looking really really good this evening. I worked with him all day long, soaking, and doing a sort of debridement on his paw. All toes are pink now, where they had been a dusky color. Hubs and I both are working SO hard to save his leg, and believe in the power of prayer and LOVE. We’ve come a long way since last week, and I really have HOPE now that he will pull through. I have just dropped to my knees in utter gratitude about this. I had to get out of the house for a while this evening, and went to a creek not far from our home to photograph waterfalls AND I got a whole lot of magic! I even got a BLUE HERON fishing! WOWOWOWOW! This incident was WAY too close and there were times I did loose faith. I am so grateful to you for your prayers. Thank you from the bottom of my Heart. (((HUGS))) Amy

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      4. I am so glad he’s doing better. he is surely one lucky poozer to have such loving and skilled parents looking after him 🙂

        I saw your picture of the falls and it is GORGEOUS!!!

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  3. O so beautiful Amy! the lines ” of breezes bringing ultimate relief” just touched my heart 🙂 the pictures are so lovely! Thank you for sharing such heart warming posts as always 🙂 PS: hope your baby is doing better with his little paw now! hugs

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    1. Thank you, Neha. We have had a bit of a setback so again we put it in high gear and treat him aggressively. He has a raging fever and the color/swelling on his paw looks awful. Thank GOD his paw is warm. I am only on here minimally, so forgive me if I don’t get over to see you too much. Love, Amy

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      1. Bless you, Neha. After just one soaking his paw is again looking improved. Homeopathy, antibiotics, fluid pushes and prayer with LOVE. He’s gonna be OK!!! (((HUGS))) Amy

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    1. Thank you, Lisa! Isn’t that an awesome image? That cloud formation was SO huge and I really wanted to get across how huge, so I included the tops of the homes for contrast. Bless you for the lovely words from you today. Love, Amy

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  4. Beautiful flowers and words close to my own heart this weekend too. Thank you Amy for following yours. Gladness to hear your little Rusty is on the mend. We are off to the vet as well today. Simons pancreas is acting up on him. The kitty angels are very busy at the moment. Much love to you and yours! ❤ and ((hugs))
    Denise

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    1. Thank you, Denise. I really hope Simon is OK. Rusty’s temp is soaring again and his paw is so swollen and really doesn’t look good. We are continuing the good fight! I will NOT give up, and God help me, I will save his paw!!! I read this post over and over and over again all weekend long. Bless you and know you are in MY prayers! Love, Amy

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      1. Wish I was there to help you with him Amy. If he were a dog I would soak his paw in very warm iodine and water, but can’t use iodine with cats. My vet did use it lightly on a wound once though. One of my books suggests bathing cats wounds in rosemary infusion. Email me if you like and I will send it on. Simon is doing a little better today, however he now has an issue with his liver. We are hoping it will clear up on its own as not much to do for it. Sending you all many prayers and angels for healing. Precious babies they are! Love and hugs your way!

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      2. Denise, I am doing a triple soak with Rusty and it is working. Very warm soapy water, then very warm epson salts water, then very warm rinse water. I am doing this every 2-3 hours with gentle massaging of the paw to encourage the dead skin to slough off. His skin is still pink and the darkened areas are beginning to slough off. He still is not putting weight on his paw, so again we turn to Homeopathy looking for a new remedy to encourage the swelling to go down. I also am giving him water water water, as I do not want to bolus him (needle) as he is very squirmy today. Yes I am using allopathic meds as well as alternative. I am so touched by your concern and I really hope Simon gets better. The heartache and the horror involved when one of our 4-legged Angels is ill or hurt, I cannot put into words, yet you know. BIG (((HUGS))) Amy

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      1. Laura, it is just that bad. If I showed you a picture of what it looks like, you would understand. Hubs and I are doing everything we can, and I mean everything. Thank you for the HUGGGSSSSS. They mean a lot to me! xx Amy

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  5. Aww, Amy, you always know how to bring a smile to my face and a calmness to my heart. I’m not even kidding, I normally see your posts, and am like, “oh yeah…I need to breathe.” and I take a deep breath 🙂 so thank you!

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    1. Oh, Honey, you are SO welcome. Tears are never far from my eyes these days, so my eyes are smarting right now. Thank you. I read this post over the weekned over and over again, so yes, it majorly spoke to me too. I am deeply touched by your words. (((HUGS))) Amy

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  6. Beautiful post Amy. My prays are with you and Rusty. I just sent you some pictures. Love you and know I am with you in your time of pain and troubles. Love ❤ 🐻 hug for you and Rusty,

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    1. Thank you SO much, DellaAnna. It warms my Heart to know that some who view my work understand what goes into something like these photos. I love that macro lens, just cannot get enough of it. If conditions stay as they are, I plan on photographing some waterfalls with my long range lens. Bless you for again being at Petals! Love, Amy

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  7. This is beautiful Amy, as your senses drink in the beauty and fragrances…. A salve to calm and soothe indeed… I am hoping dear Amy today is calmer and healing balm has been spread through your veins as you drank in the Fairy elixir of life .. xxx Love and Blessings
    Sue xxx

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    1. That in a nutshell, John, is why I have my head in flowers so much. Mother Nature too. If I keep my gaze to this world, I don’t think I would be able to walk in Peace and with Strength as I do today. My words have gotten stronger, to which I am no longer hiding. People don’t like it, there is always the next blog. I do speak Truth and I do stand on Love. Like you. Thank you so much for being in my Life and commenting. It means a lot to me, John. (((HUGS))) Amy

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    2. John, my previous comment I do apologize for. I have been fighting for the life of one of my cats and truly exhausted. My written words were done so from a state of exhaustion. With Love, Amy

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      1. It’s a slow go, John, and if we had only relied on traditional medicine, he would have lost his leg. Since yesterday, I can see the healing process has really begun. I have to keep up with paw soaks, and keep this little guy hydrated and pain free, as well as keeping the good nutrition coming by feeding him. I woke this morning with the sweat just pouring off of me, in sheer terror. This was too close. I get down on my knees in utter gratitude, for the knowledge my husband and I have achieved through hard and deligent study over the years, is paying off. Medicine is so limited and in so many ways. I hope I am teaching my Vet something that when certain remedies and treatments are consistenty done, the drastic quick fix (amputation) can be avoided. I believe in natural, gentle healing and that is exactly what this cat is getting. What a journey! Thank you for your concern. (((HUGS))) Amy

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      2. I use a lot of herbal cures. My Grandmother was Ojibwa and she used the natural cures. The garlic, rosemary and honey/vinegar can fix the human body.

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      3. I want to talk to you more about this, later, John. I would love to know more, so when Rusty is fully out of danger, I will write an email, if that is OK. I try to use the natural cures as much as possible. I am always open for more. Thank you so much. Love, Amy

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    1. Hindsight I should have told everyone what it is. That is a very closeup of one of my Peonies. Thank you SO much for your comment. It really meant a lot to me!!! Bless you! Love, Amy

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    1. My dearest Angel friend, you have no idea how your words affected me. Thank you SO much for SEEING and FEELING what this post is all about. You have put tears of gratitude in my eyes. (((HUGS))) Amy

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      1. Dearest Amy,
        I think its time to compose a book. For all to See the Beauty Your Eye captures, and the Poetry that Enhances Your talent of photography!
        Muahhh 😘
        Big Hug
        ~A 😊
        Have A 🌻Sunflower Day

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      2. Dear A,
        Personally I believe that We are “Soul Sister’s” and You are capturing what I can’t at this time. I saw so much energy it took my breath away in this, and your post “The Twilight Zone.” Absolutely Breathtaking! How’s Rusty doing? Have You taken any photo’s of him lately? I would love to see what is around him.
        Much Love, My Dear Friend,
        ~A 📷

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      3. I Love you too, A! I plan on doing a follow up with Rusty and I will post another photo soon. Please let me know what you see. I am still so busy with his treatements and in fact, heading right now to do another paw soaking. This is why I have comments closed. I cannot be here and be for Rusty at the same time. I LOVE the Twilight Zone too! It is PURE Magic!!! (((HUGS))) Amy

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