Tag Archives: seasons

A week of change

Autumn Ambivalence Autumn sweeps us up, Like dead leaves on the pavement, We rejoice at freedom from this cold ground, We shiver and smile, Embrace the chill, On the surface, Deeper down,  We long for sunlight, For the warm nights, … Continue reading

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Looking Back on Summer

Before the change The summer sun gazes down, Alighting the treetops, Already breeding fruit, They crinkle and crackle in the breeze, Talking to one another in a foreign tongue, Soon summer will be over, Winter clouds will come, The days … Continue reading

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For the benefit of others

  Movement towards Bodhichitta Chrysalis gleaming, This is the season for change, She waits for us now.

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Painting the past in the future

This week I’ve been reflecting on new beginnings, which is quite apt as spring is upon us once more. This week’s pieces focus on the impermanence of youth, change and the new challenges which adulthood brings.   Each Brushstroke   … Continue reading

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Slave to the corporate Father Christmas

In the spirit of the Christmas season I have written a Christmas themed poem this week. It’s related to the darker side of Christmas, which is that of the retailer’s struggles to get people to part with their cash. It’s … Continue reading

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