Something Waits Beneath It…


“I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape – the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it, the whole story doesn’t show.” ~ Andrew Wyeth

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About R.J. Keller

R. J. Keller is the author of Waiting For Spring. An avid independent movie enthusiast, she was Managing Editor of The Movie Fanatic website and created episodes of the writer-centric YouTube series, Inside The Writers' Studio, with author Kristen Tsetsi. She co-hosted Book Chatter with Stacey Cochran from 2011-2014. She lives in Central Maine with her family, where she enjoys gardening, collecting geeky memorabilia, and watching other people cook. View all posts by R.J. Keller

3 responses to “Something Waits Beneath It…

  • Lori Tiron-Pandit

    Thank you for this video, Kel. It calmed me down this morning, after an agitated night with a child who couldn’t sleep. I like the image of “landscape bone structure” in winter–so beautiful and accurate.

    Still, being only human, we all long for the whole story, right? We are not content with just contemplating the mystery. Maybe we should.

  • rjkeller

    Still, being only human, we all long for the whole story, right? We are not content with just contemplating the mystery. Maybe we should.

    I think that’s my problem most of the time. I’m trying, though.

  • joeglasgow

    Well done, Kel. I watched it last night and I liked it.

    However, everytime it snows or gets cold enough that the water freezes…these few lines always come into my mind:

    “If you can play on the fiddle
    How’s about a British jig and reel?
    Speaking King’s English in quotation
    As railhead towns feel the steel mills rust
    Water froze in the generation
    Clear as winter ice
    This is your paradise”

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