Tag Archives: summer

Swimming in an ever changing world

A few haiku about impermanence.   Rainbow weather Half expecting snow, Because sunshine welcomes rain, What season is it?   Earthing Stepping onto ground, The earth welcomes me back home, Ready to try again.   Spring time aromatherapy Geranium flows, … Continue reading

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Sunlight: Waking up

  Present The apple tree whispers in the sunlight, The pigeons coo and play, The house rests quiet and motionless, Another cool summer’s day.   Hope A little sad child sat down cross-legged, And opened a shining yellow box, Sunlight … Continue reading

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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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He Doesn’t Smile

I’ve been gone for a few months, but I’m back! I watched a documentary last week about the Syrian refugee crisis and it made me reflect on some of the news coverage I’ve seen about war and conflict around the … 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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