A wander in my sister’s garden where there is a chaos of sunflowers, masses of tomatoes late to red, sea daises, spent corn, and beans that have threaded their way from one end to other of the patch.… Read More Ah Sunflower
found some water fowl and had fun trying to catch glimpses of them through the reeds. They hide their young well, you can spy one through the reeds in one of the photos. And then a quick stop at the pier where a fellow was testing the water temperature off the side. I hung over the side of a bridge and found some pelicans.… Read More Glimpse
“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
From the cherry blossom hanging by a thread to the red and the variegated camellias to the beloved magnolias…these flowers are shining in Auburn’s backyard and it’s just lovely!… Read More Where Does The Dance Begin, Where Does It End?
It’s cool and crisp and a cold snap is coming to the coast…I can hear sheet metal fluttering in the sky, flying thunder…but the wheel of time is turning and there are hints of the Spring reminding us of a new cycle beckoning. … Read More Capturing Emergence
For the act of gazing sets limits.
And the world gazed at more deeply
wants to flourish in love.… Read More Turning
Path in the garden, deep as a long drink,
gently in soft branches gathering force and then gone.
Oh and the moon, the moon, the benches almost
blooming from its slow approach.
The silence, how it throngs. Are you awake up there?
Starry and full of feeling the window faces you.
Hands of the wind transpose to your near countenance
the remotest night.… Read More Moonlit Night