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Taste the Sun

“┬áThe sun, the earth, love, friends, our very breath are parts of the banquet.” – Rebecca Harding Davis There are delicate dragonflies dancing among the summery air currents on my afternoon walk to taste the sun. After a sheltered stroll … Continue reading

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The Joy Within

“ And now we welcome the new year. Full of things that have never been.” – Rainer Maria Rilke The setting sun lately, paints the freshly fallen snow on the mountains with a delicate blush, the peaks in sharp relief, … Continue reading

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Realm

Tell me, please, where do you dwell? Is it between soundbites and currency struggling to find your place, your very breath at the edges of the life you were meant to live? Is it between the messy earthly imperfection and … Continue reading

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The Fall

We are among the fallen, both human born and heaven wrought, the ones who chose to be gods instead of children. Sentenced to wait for the light between the seasons of abundance and loss we find ourselves on this long … Continue reading

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