July 28, 2014 § 14 Comments



silent heron

waits for mist to rise -

statue becomes hunter




Image courtesy Stan Malcolm


July 27, 2014 § 5 Comments



arthritic fingers

 press familiar piano keys -

 a neighbour pauses




Image courtesy Helen Hudson

Attachment to beliefs

July 26, 2014 § Leave a comment

Originally posted on Zen Flash:

The attachment to beliefs is the greatest shackle.
To be free is to know that one does not know.
~ Wu Hsin ~

The attachment to beliefs is the greatest shackle.
To be free is to know that one does not know.
~ Wu Hsin ~
Sojourners Path

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My wrinkles… my experience

July 26, 2014 § Leave a comment

Originally posted on Stockresearch52's Blog:

photo by stockresearch52

photo by stockresearch52

Silent space on my

Forehead wrinkles


tiny details of my life’s

Kingdom of experiment

with truth and gratitude.

It is not my life’s vintage point

To click in your camera.

Nor it poses the picture of

The short duration

Attraction of a rainbow.

It reflects the musings

Of a face with a mind

Over eighty long years

without make up.

My wrinkle lines

are not the app store

That you are looking forward

To download

for fun and over sharing

like garbage

With your friends

Ignoring the sustenance

of life’s lessons every day.

Don’t gaze into my wrinkles

With breathless wonder

To know what it is?

It speaks my life in silence

It echoes the melody of my

blissful thought.

It speaks of my life’s symphony

On experiment with truth.

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July 26, 2014 § 9 Comments


the sun

cannot change the mountain -

the power of water


Image courtesy Yokoyama Taikan

poetry in motion

July 25, 2014 § Leave a comment

Originally posted on ∙ tenderheartmusings ∙:

So much poetic beauty in this piece, couldn’t keep it to myself :)

Wishing you all much love and light x

Courtesy artist Esteban Diacono : http://portfolio.estebandiacono.tv

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July 25, 2014 § 13 Comments


down an old track

acres of linseed

billows -

like ocean

like sky




Image courtesy mimina

Tree River

July 24, 2014 § 1 Comment

Originally posted on The Mirror Obscura:

Tree River

Time is the current here.
It rises in the river air
Surrounds the trees, hugs them
To the waters’ edge.

Go back to the foothills
Of contentment
They are soft and supple
As thighs of dusk.
They hold the promise
Of what you know
Is done.

The river tides
And overflows its stay.
Welcoming as it seems
It will steal
Your dreams
With no thought or care.

The only consolation is
Everyone who floats
Down is treated
Just the same,
All going
To one place
But, the journey
Lasts forever.

Artwork by, Casey Klahn

To Travel Without a Map: Poems: Mr. K. A. Brace: 9781493643004: Amazon.com: Books

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July 24, 2014 § 7 Comments


the sea spins her tales

as soft ripples in the sand -

with infinite grace


Image courtesy Wendy Oliver

On patience

July 23, 2014 § 2 Comments

Rachael Charmley:

if only…

Originally posted on Zen Flash:

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