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#NaPoWriMo 19

The mosses are thick with Spring’s coming … they horde themselves in great colonies alongĀ the ridges of the exposed quartz veins near the western wall … to the great forest they abide within they are a diminutive aspect … yet their canopy harbors a world only a changeling holds the riddle tongue to … nearby blooms a hillside spread of Aud Man’s Bells spread out just shy of a phaery’s foot apart … and as far as one’s eyes can see … neon purple nodding nectar fountains … their blue eyed blossoms hanging heavy with the first feast for the army of Bumble Bees since last fall … they are amassed around the perimeter of the great circle surrounded with wild bleeding hearts … Dutchman’s Britches … the pink of infancy still upon them … the Queen butterfly passes by in pairs pausing to sipĀ from the flower fountains before being on her way … 7 more words

Poetry

Brothers And Sisters of Spirit....

“While I stood there I saw more than I can tell and I understood more than I saw; For I was seeing in a sacred manner the shapes of all things in the spirit, and the shape of all shapes as they must live together like one being….And I saw that it was holy.”

-Black Elk

Poetry

Entwined

Would I still be the same
had I not met you?
Undoubtedly you have changed
the course of my blue river.
Undoubtedly you have set me free. 54 more words

Love

Love is harmony

You come to me when I miss you the most.
You come to me every time I set you free.
Whenever I long for you dearly, you are here. 54 more words

Faith

Why you should visit the Kumano

Choice. World Heritage. Poetry in a fluid, landscape. Sacred power spot. Old Japan. Countryside.

None of these beckons one to Kumano like a need to be in a place where others have gathered, for thousands of years, for more reasons than bargain sales, bucket lists and multi-day concert festivals. 220 more words

Daily Digital Mandala 474

“Until you’re ready to look foolish, you’ll never have the possibility of being great.”

~M. C. Escher

Art