Korea day

 

Today was a Korea kind of day. Something about the air and the feel of the humidity as it lightly enveloped each measured step. Not the soul-crushing, melt-your-socks-off, leave-you-a-jiggling- puddle-of-gelatinous-goo kind of humidity of deep summer. This was more of a climb-the-mountain kind of humidity or a walk-to-the-coffee-shop kind of humidity.  A Saturday kind of humidity. A day of kids playing in the street and old men playing goh in the park.  A day you felt like you were one of the crowd even though you never were and never could be.

 

Something in the way the sun shone through the  gentle cover of light cloud. Something about the cicadas whirring and the traffic zipping by. Something in the very smell, some infinitely indefinable and slow, yearning thing.

 

 

A climb the mountain kind of humidity

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Sharon
    Jul 18, 2008 @ 11:27:14

    So evocative. Evocative is my favorite word in summer. Everything in summer is evocative of soemthing else. (Clearly I need to take how-to-be-articulate lessons from you.)

    Reply

  2. natalie
    Jul 20, 2008 @ 15:39:36

    this was a beautiful post. i love the word evocative too! i am going to use that on a post soon! thanks sharon!

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  3. ~m
    Jul 23, 2008 @ 18:55:57

    Ladies, I am glad to evoke for you at any time.

    Reply

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