“Back in Metropolis, circuses and elephants
Where the oranges grew
And back in Metropolis, nothing can ever topple us
When I’m standing with you
And back in Metropolis, talk about a holocaust
And then visit the zoo
And back in Metropolis, the weather is ridiculous
What’s it all leading to?
And it’s only a day away
We could leave tonight
You could sleep along the way
Dream in black and white”… Read More The Moon Over Metropolis
“Wooden structures that emerge from the face of the earth.
Temples of love to give identity to the ground on which they stand.
From east to west a glow with stellular radiance and energy.
On this rock we rely for our daily spin through the sky.
Ivory mountains up above skyscapes of distant places we cannot walk.
Ever changing these vapor ranges.
Beyond the earths golden carpet of October.”… Read More The Steak Knives of the Guy Fawkes River
“The song of the water
Doomed ever to roam,
A beautiful exile,
Afar from its home.
The cliffs on the mountain,
The grand and the gray,
They took the bright creature
And hurled it away!
I heard the wild downfall,
And knew it must spill
A passionate heart out
All over the hill.”… Read More Time: A Gift
“We live between the act of awakening and the act of surrender. Each morning we awaken to the light and the invitation to a new day in the world of time; each night we surrender to the dark to be taken to play in the world of dreams where time is no more”… Read More The Day Deepens
I love the author Richard Bach. He forever changed the way I see seagulls with his story of Jonathon Livingston Seagull, a novella about flight and self-perfection.
“Don’t believe what your eyes are telling you. All they show is limitation. Look with your understanding, find out what you already know, and you’ll see the way to fly.”… Read More The Bridge Across Forever
It’s a new kind of place
Where there is less
A different landscape
Where we don’t know what
As we walk
Will make us sink
Into wetlands.… Read More Profound Passage
“All journey’s have secret destinations of which the traveller is unaware”… Read More From a Railway Carriage