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Daily Archives: February 14, 2014
Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Rhododendron leaves rolled at my feet — their vagrant husks reminiscent of cinnamon sticks — spices seasoning the soil for flora and fauna.
Nature’s concrete cycle — four seasons fixed as the planet subtly spins on its lopsided axis — our satellite mind’s eye orbiting in broad ellipses.
Chrome tectonic plates converge — A deep seated cold sets into our bones — Winter’s Pangaea iceberg.