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Leaving the path I walk into the woods. Sit on a fallen branch within a circle of pine trees, twigs, sticks, rotting wood, pine needles and fallen leaves, layer upon layer, composted. A decay that nourishes these silent giants whose spongy … Continue reading
Through a weave of variegated ivy leaves, upon which light and shade played games with my imagination, the truncated tree presented a face of hollow cheeks and hollow eyes that questioned my beliefs. During long winter months, … Continue reading
‘BEING’ that which conceals itself, yet is not hidden. Without light, it reveals the birth of light. IT IS inconceivable. Photo credit: Teri Flynn 2014.
Can you imagine a warm, round nest, the setting sun and warmth of feathered companions. At first light of day to sing creation’s song of how the world began. No wonder you sing.
Bare morning light. Iron smooth water. Suddenly, a fish breaks the surface.
With the first hint of light, the chorus begins. The song breaks the dawn in a symphony of love and praise. Listen. The universe beats in time to the rhythm and hearts large and small, feathers and all, sing.