How to Keep Cool

One day you will look back and realize you worried too much about things that don’t really matter. On this day of rising heat, what matters is keeping cool in our wormhole and whistling a tune where we are increasingly … Continue reading

Starbursts

Starbursts

A star-studded countertop. Bright and cheery clutched in the grip of the deft fingers of my neighbor, a party of daffodils entered our nest and roused one of us, the tiniest one, to burst outdoors to collect a few more … Continue reading

Brightest Light of the Soul

Brightest Light of the Soul

Adios ego, I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to see it succumb once and for all. Feeling its resistance and all its tall tales, first burst of tears then glimpses of candor through the refractions of the … Continue reading

Brighter Days

Brighter Days

The sun isn’t holding back its rays through the firmament today. The light is strikingly brighter with a layer of snow. Inside feels more illuminated and something a little closer to alive, even though we have quite a ways to … Continue reading

A Cheery Bunch

A Cheery Bunch

I ran into a cheery bunch…I don’t always have it in me to be chirpy, though it’s out of character for me to dig too deep for it, some days it’s neat to greet a cheering squad. These bright and … Continue reading

Now I’m Flying

Now I’m Flying

You leave sparkles everywhere you go. If no one is expressing this to you, sprinkle them somewhere else where they may see them come across like lighting through the night sky.

An Auspicious Beginning

An Auspicious Beginning

Can you hear the murmur of our unconditionally loving mother on this silent winter’s eve? We will be gifted with a white winter by tomorrow. The previous snow melted completely leaving us with bare and monochrome long lines that stretch … Continue reading

Hanging Out

Hanging Out

in low morning light. These rays can’t be screened, they pierce through the heavy grey clouds, a phenomenon that we grow weary of after consecutive days of a buried sun. Even today with a full solar eclipse, we wouldn’t have … Continue reading