T. Byron K. (studioappal) wrote,
T. Byron K.
studioappal

Great Blue Hills of God

I first remember the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia as a child,
driving into them from North Virginia with my family was inspirational
and awe inspiring. I began to wander through the Jefferson and George
Washington National Forests while I attended Virginia Tech and
in search of a poem, which I often found beside the New River, at the edge
of a cliff on Moutain Lake we called "the Rock" and in the deep woods beside
Caldwell Fields. Later on I discoverd an old School House at the
other side of Pilot Mountain and was inspired to have poetry shows there
and create a little library, it is the spirit mists and the open air of incline and sleepy blue
pine that still keep me wandering out there.

http://pilotschoolva.weebly.com
"The Cherokee Indians called the Blue Ridge Mountains 'the Great Blue Hills of God' "

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