Daily Archives: July 17, 2013

Sacred tapestries

We are threads spinning our way through on the world’s loom, spools weaving sacred tapestries that clothe our family trees.

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Emptiness unknown

The universe aches for intelligent life to investigate, but all exists in the darkness of its old soul, emptiness unknown.

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Graffiti mind games

Joe Cool in the Mr. Smith Matrix shades, his game face spray painted freehand atop concrete grey, quotes hang overhead, “rest is not greater than recreation,” so let active R kick passive R out of the equation to recreate vision, … Continue reading

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Snakesssss on a page

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
In celebration of World Snake Day, I have colored my concrete snake poem in camouflaged shades of a shifty sidewinder. After you are finished deciphering its text, I leave you with links to two…

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Early bird

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Good Morning WordPress peeps! This cloud kind of looks like my rooster named Tac. What other animals do you think this photo mimics? The ancient eavesdropper View original post

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Hemispheric perspectives

Logic-based left brain simply sees a painting. Emotion-based right brain multi-tasks, it feels the moment while painting the bigger picture.

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