5/18/20 Walking on the beach Can you even call this a walk? It’s a stomp, pursuit in motion, but what are you in pursuit of? Movement, it’s just moving to move… Be gentle with yourself, there’s a reason you learned to run, for safety, to save me, anything but the stillness. But it’s safe here, and those are the old ways, so take a stroll … Continue reading Walking…
Silence. The air is talking. The waves crashing. The planes rocket forth in the distance. How rare to just sit. To shut off the machine and simply exist. The silence looks black or white depending on the day. One moment the sun seems unable to rise, And all the nothingness appears empty. Yet soon enough the quiet shines a light. Emptiness becomes openness, a fertile … Continue reading Quiet. Silence is Speaking.
Making plans in the sand, Planting seeds for the future, You’ve laid them down like stones in your mind, So steadfast and precise, But they’re just stencils in the ether, And the currents they are a changin, Can you feel the breeze turning to a gale? Bare knuckle and resist or open your palms in faith, Unpredictable nature, Mother of chaos, She warns against … Continue reading Trust in the Distant Vision
September 4, 2016 I went for a walk in search of a man I came across some chickens and a cat Led by the wheel barrow in my head and scales in my hand blinded by a heavy load and the thickness of it, With eyes closed, my tired legs moved deeper into the valley of steel, ‘just keep walking, Walk, walk, walking, until finally, … Continue reading Chicken
Cackling loud. Raising the volume with every giggle, like a balloon blowing up with energy, ready to burst. do you remember being young and running through the streets? we were sweating and laughing so hard, it was then that we felt what it meant to make the heart really beat, jolting our rib cage til we could barely breathe, so contagious, it was … Continue reading Youthful Joy