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My Landscape
by Jan Oscar Hansen
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Today, now as the weather is cooling, I went on my walk.
Hadn’t been here since June; simply because it gets too
hot to walk here in summers. The stony part of the track
 was firm like walking on a cobblestoned street. The soft
part was like walking barefoot on a newly mowed lawn.
At the part where thorny bushes had made archway,
a tunnel of mystery, I hesitated. Needn’t have worried,
the branches embraced me like a mother who’s young
son is coming home from the sea. When I stopped for
a rest under the tree where also sheep rest in the heat,
leaves, in perfectly still air, fell as confetti welcoming
the returning hero. How I love this odd landscape, once it
was tilled but now humanity has gone leaving the land
 to its own devise and strange beauty.    
 
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