The Wind and I

Followed the wind –a child without boundaries – Experience, especially hardshipclipped those wings Lost faith in the wind, pushed against her flow Till nothing was left of mefight diminished by final blow The wind, though, she persistedpicked up my diminished spirit tossed me in her whimsical wayrekindled the child. (Image my own.)

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Photographer’s Dream

Examining the intricaciesof a spider’s weaving Marvelling as a mother raccooncarries her babies one by onewhile a bobcat prowls the tree line Delighting in the birth of a calfanticipating the arrival of more Wonder and trepidationcoinciding – and I, behindlens, am child againwide-eyed baskingin the glorious outdoors.

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A Recipe for Wonder

Trust, as if trust is not an issue Let curiosity lead – hunger for learning See the world as undefined – focus soft. (Amaya is hosting in the dVerse pub tonight, encouraging us think about “the secret ingredient”.  I am also linking this poem to Willow Poetry’s: What Do You See?  Image provided by Willow […]

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All I Need

All I need is a pair of pink boots, the audacity to wear my hair as if no one is looking, the nonchalance to wear skirts even on the days I plan to climb, to adopt a no-limits, thumbs-up attitude and smile triumphant as if my world is a bubble of contentment, needs met, and […]

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