By Kay Mullen
We hear it first, the roar of it, then a glimpse through stands of cedar fronds and maple limbs until we see in a clearing the surge of water pounding down. The trail winds behind the charge, droplets of power plunge like a rushing sheet, an endless flow, a blur of shapes. When the Falls captures unsolved mysteries in ice to contain itself in time, light diffuses through the white wall to pause in space for a season, then resumes the plunge and fan of waters far downstream to only a trickle over stones.
Copyright Mullen 2017