Transit

Transition

Daylight.

Sun and cloud shadow,

bird-song echoes through an open window.

A dog barks, the cat calls for breakfast.

Kettle boils, coffee brews,

rain falls on the garden.

Structures, solid, recognisable, re-assuring.

Neurons. Electrical impulses. Thoughts. Senses.

Patterns in transit.

The kaleidoscope of life,

evolving.

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Oil painting ‘Transit’ © 2014 Masked Native

 

 

 

 

16 Comments

  1. Teri, your words strike a chord early on this Friday morning. It’s the reassuring ‘other’ which gives me hope. A kaleidoscope asks our involvement for the wonder to be revealed. But all too often I dwell on the static pattern. Thank you.

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    1. Thank you for your comment Tom, I like that you made a connection with the reassuring ‘other’ and our use of the kaleidoscope to reveal the wonder. Thank you.

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