Tag Archives: storm

Maelstrom

There’s a collective storm brewing the likes of which we’ve never seen. Words that whispered through our minds are on news feeds for all the world to hear. The cacophony cuts like a knife, interrupting peaceful dreams and guiltless sleep, … Continue reading

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Dark Sky

  “ Trees are poems that the earth writes upon the sky.” – Kahlil Gibran, Sand and Foam A river of rain on its way from the Philippine islands hit the West Coast this week blasting apart the lingering ice … Continue reading

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Singular Joys

“ The lights became stars, which became streaks in the grayspace and then networks of fading shimmers.” – Ashim Shanker Recently this week, after another spring day turned into summer, with the windows left open long after sunset, I experienced something … Continue reading

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Road Trips and Ley Lines

“A place that never was yet always will be.”  words found on a Mt. Shasta postcard  Journal Excerpt: November 26, 2001 I’m sitting in the courtyard enjoying the cool and quiet – I’ve dipped into the P.V. Tribune (an English … Continue reading

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