Daily Archives: May 12, 2013

Several, several, several

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Burn, burn, burn away for star-filled nights and sunny days. Spin, spin, spin around for stopping might force you down. See, see, see it all, beyond this pro and epilogue. Breathe, breathe, breathe deep…

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Beauty born of two maternal souls

We gravitate towards Mother Earth’s beauty just as mothers are naturally captivated by newborn babies who grow up doubly strong, raised in the womb of two maternal souls.

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Bird becomings

Have you ever followed the life of an egg? At once so firm, impenetrable, hard to break, that hollow containing nutrients and a tiny being waiting to be fed. Blue oval eggs stirred, awakened that veil removed by a sharp … Continue reading

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Cumulus leaf collection

Oak leaves on airborne boughs pressed against cumulus clouds

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Likable lichens!

Usnea is a lichen that hangs in grey to greenish strings on trees such as this oak. It is also known as Old Man’s beard, Tree dandruff (my favorite) and Woman’s long hair and grows all over the world. Like … Continue reading

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Why!

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Used to wonder why I had been born. Why life had started so small and helpless. Why I breathed my first breath with a cry. Why I opened my hazel eyes so slowly. Why…

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