Dodging the Midas Shadow

Weary from my travels, I have only so much to offer today. I did what I like to call the “Texas Triangle” in the past 4 days. From Dallas to San Antonio (I-35) then San Antonio to Houston (I-10) and back to Dallas (I-45), I have experienced more of the open road than I have in some time. I traveled to bury my uncle, but also got to bury a little bit of my past as well. Sad to say it was not enough to free me from worry, but time will heal those wounds I imagine.

To be rich in spirit and still suffer the trappings of the world is to forever drag a Midas Shadow that follows wherever you go. I will carry my shadow forever, but if the skies remain forever blue and tall then I don’t have to worry about it growing longer than I want it to be.

Sing it, Al Stewart.


About rufusp2k8

I'm a local freelance photographer taking in life and musing on how things are and what they could be all through my lens. I add light and sound to further the vision each Tuesday and Thursday. I can be found on Facebook: or e-mailed for work/events here: For other content by myself, check out:
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