Such mountain lakes can be very deep
but the view is deep breathtaking
to swim in them requires a deep breath before you jump
the deep blue color is not lying, it’s cold water
but the sweaty body gets a deep sense of well-being – afterwards.
There are units which aren’t measurable, where nature’s abilities don’t extend
“What is the highest Eiffel Tower or a thunderclap ..?”
“What is deepest the Pacific or real love ..?”
“What’s the longest a mother’s patience or the Trans-Siberian railway ..?”
We may never be able to say what exactly, can we ..?
If we sit on the top of a chimney and look down into it, so it can be deep very deep.
If we’re at the foot chimney and open ash door and look up, it can be high very high.
An old joke : the man must have a new flag for his flagpole
he asks his big son to measure the flagpole so he knows the flag size he should buy
the man comes out in the garden and watching his son has put the flagpole down
“What are you doing, son..?” he asks
“Meter the flagpole” corresponds the son
“It will not do, it’s the height and not the length I need ..!”
“Civilization is like a thin layer of ice upon a deep ocean of chaos and darkness”
(Werner Herzog – german director)
With the inspiration from Ailsa and her worth visting blog
“Where’s my backpack?“
this is my version of this travel theme this week “Deep“