Hiiumaa

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When the sun turns
away to southern lands
we find ourselves awake
on a strange, familiar shore
where t
hose who’ve gone
before sleep beneath moss
in forest
graves, and wild apples
jump the fences

Across the Baltic Sea
history comes full circle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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13 thoughts on “Hiiumaa

    • Thanks, Gabe. You’ve got to watch those apples… 😀

      The refugee situation in Europe was very much in the news when we were there, and it’s not much different to what my husband’s grandparents, mother and uncle experienced all those years ago, except that they were welcomed.

  1. fascinating photos an dcomments about a place I know nothing about. Must come back and read more, Beeblu. I, too, have lived in Australia and Africa…I enjoyed your blogs! will be back. Judy

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