All Things Bright and Beautiful

by Susan Montgomery

Oct 1, 2014 Chattanooga Out

“The forest is quiet save for a delicate scratching beneath the earth. A velvety mole bores its way to the roots of a red maple. There, it pushes up from the soil and scurries into a blackberry thicket, picked clean by white tail deer. Past the thicket, a doe and her fawn pause alongside the cool, clear Brookshire Creek, winding its way to the Bald River, which, in turn, is winding its way to the sea, but first the river winds through the forest, cuts across the back of a ridge then falls off its rocky face into a deep pool below.”

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