Daily Archives: July 1, 2013

Mystified mind-frame

Some moments leave me mystified, lost on a white fog wall, my frame of mind hanging free without hooks, nails or scaffolding, transfixed  by out-of-body existence.  

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Idioms aweigh!

There are many heavy topics holding our minds back, it’s anchors aweigh, all or nothing sometimes, catch my drift?

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Think on your feet

Walk on eggshells,  step on tacks,  dance on charcoals;  through it all, our feet better think fast.

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Where’s (Ralph) Waldo?

He’s busy transcending “a sea of forms” between claw-mark quotes at Too Much Bear Lake.

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Dreality

Maybe you will find yourself  in dreams, shaking hands  with reality.

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Birding with my wife

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
While female birds may not make many fashion statements, my wife is no drab dresser.

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A few more birds….

Originally posted on Nature Dreamer:
Saturday we took a drive out to a federal wildlife sanctuary where I got to experience some wonderful birding variety…. While out enjoying some amazing clouds and beautiful views of green grass fields, I ran…

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Transport triangulation

Bikes & bipeds ride quadrupeds all in the back of a flatbed.

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Sky rockets

Trunks cheer skyward, limbs lift off, needles inch out to scratch the lunar  surface.

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The Elephant Man Tree

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Strangely compelling, bulbously beautiful, an old soul born before our time. Freak of nature to loggers not worth a dime to butt cut a cull or conk rot past its prime; however, invaluable habitat…

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