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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


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



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 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


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