Daily Archives: March 8, 2013

Melodic meditation

Sitting in a chair on a terraced slope overlooking Mingus Park – sun setting in the background, seagulls screech, children laugh, eyes glimmer their brightest before dark. A golden film gilds feathers, faces, blade of grass, water fountain and cement … Continue reading

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Desserts, au naturel

Cotton candy clouds of pastel pinks and blues  quietly parade above canopies whose leaves reach skyward  to soak up the solar honeydew. The sugar sweet scent of spring blooms from cherry trees and indian plums complement the afternoon’s  au naturel … Continue reading

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The stoney waters of Alberton

As waters run into stoney shores, where trees float above the horizon, I will be complete, I question no more.

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Champion of life

The sun, a bright strobe light burning off the morning frost and fog, slowly attains its apex as the hours progress towards equinox. Buds on once naked branches yawn open to reveal countless cotyledons, each emblazoned with dendritic veins, housing … Continue reading

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Burned out embrace

The darkness that advances is only a distraction. Up until sundown, the forest reemerges under a blanket of lace that reaches on forever across a blue, white and yellow burned out embrace.

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Cedars, sun and devil’s club

To seeing the forest for the seeds, the potential for progress lies within.

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No hurry

At the start of the journey I am in no hurry. My feet hug the ground and feel the curve of the land, steps planted ever so lightly – they rustle and move, floating as leaves at the whim of … Continue reading

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Mineral and vegetable

Face-down in the dirt, I taste the timeless worth, inhaling ingredients born of moments both mineral and vegetable speak volumes. A hidden history, unabridged composition, scribed silently under the topsoil of yesterday’s cement, beneath bedrock of century’s past, down, down, … Continue reading

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Watering the garden

Pensive thoughts transpire while admiring the stillness of the hour. A simple act of watering the garden can reveal the growth of patience and awareness. Vegetables that seek sustenance in the shelter of shade cloth are no different than you … Continue reading

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Glorious dirt!

Glorious, glorious, glorious dirt! To wiggle and roll around in until you are inseparable from the earth. Worms, though armless, proudly salute you, gritty black fertile residue, the stuff of soiled dreams come true. Permeable mercurial membrane greeting all things … Continue reading

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