Métier

See yourself well.Rise,Face East,Deep breaths, each a wish on their own.Presently, feeling from secrets inside the earthLife locked within, glowing golden suninfinite programs of pure loveso vast, never to find its endStand in your heartTell us about yourself.Bless us with … Continue reading

A Fairly Romantic Setting

I mean come on look at that face! Everyone adores Emerson; I suppose being the one and only cow on board makes him all the more special. It’s a fairly romantic setting and Emerson is the prince that all lasses … Continue reading

Eye-to-Eye

Eye-to-Eye

Eye-to-Eye Outdoors, the evening calling from frogs long waned,replaced with serenading crickets in excelsis.A mid-summer swap when frogs,still aroundperhaps feeling outnumbered,a few silently snack on insectswhile the rest grant them their loquaciousness.And then there is the blue jay,enchanting us as … Continue reading

In Queue

In Queue

When discovering the theory of relativity, Albert Einstein pictured himself riding on a ray of light. Words did not take part in this soothsayer’s role of entities serving as elements in thoughts. Thoughts are waiting. We ought to pay more … Continue reading

How Sweet It Is

How Sweet It Is

Sweetpea, you are most welcomed here.Believe this interlude is the grandest of all timeTake in the drops from above,collect them all.Soak up the sky rays,absorb how they fill you with grace.Breathe in the grassy bouquet of morning dewHear the whispers … Continue reading

Jumpin’ Jack Flash

Jumpin’ Jack Flash

Need New Dreams Tonight

Need New Dreams Tonight

Getting our rhythm on over here,under the ever present.Flowing with the great fallsburned by the fire of loveyet the underlying current, pulsingsorting things out againsome call it “The Way”I call it rising like a riverI’ll explain more in my dreams.

Gritty Mid-Summer Afternoons

Gritty Mid-Summer Afternoons

All things glorious, our mid-summer groovein clenched fists, looped ropetrailing behind, sauntering coltsupdrift from hoofs, dustcaught in dancing cilia of tiny nostrils, dirta dash into a reprieve from the mid-afternoon sun and not short on words, camp girls in search … Continue reading

Lay Waste

Lay Waste

“Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers – but like lemmings running headlong to the sea, we are oblivious.” – William Wordsworth. Wordsworth chronicles his spiritual life, his views on his craft and place in the world in his … Continue reading

All We Are

All the grit,all the determinationmakes for an entertaining show.and for a heart’s glow,and to knowthe experience is all we carry with us into the infinite.everything else remains dust in the wind. “I close my eyes, only for a moment, and … Continue reading