First Sunrise – Around the World: Jan 1, 2021

<<<Please click above or swipe to view the slide show. Enjoy>>>> “Everyday a million miracles begin at sunrise” ― Eric Jerome Dickey ****************************************************************** *Image Credits: Naples, Florida – Diana Robinson from Finger Lakes, New York – joeyz51 from Popocatepetl, Mexico – rainy city from Mildford, Conneticut – pedrik from Calafel, Spain –Continue reading “First Sunrise – Around the World: Jan 1, 2021”

Donum (The Gift) – A Poem

Gifts and well wishes in chorus offer: Seasons Greetings, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Holidays, Eid al-Fitr, Kwanza. But lo! Each day, you, are the presence; With every breath, life inhales sustenance. From every exhale, your gifts and talents Commune with the universal omnipresence, Who sows in oxygen, the wellspring of existence.

I, Subject – A Poem (In Words and Photos)

When I is the subject, Who is the subject. The you in this moment. The you, as experience’s tenant Or, the girl in the mirror Holding up the tiara; One spoke in the bicycle As decades wheel life’s cycle. Or, the soul nourishing you In Summer’s view-finder Living the snap shot of October. When IContinue reading “I, Subject – A Poem (In Words and Photos)”

Private Devotion – An Unexpected Garden – A Poem

In the badlands of pain’s wasteland Flourishes an unexpected garden, Tended by the loving companion, Of all who enter its fated bastion. He faithfully guides each person, Through the ashes of its embers, Through pain’s sharp fiery doors; While keeping Gehanna moored. He knows all who enter by name Having shaped their mortal frame. HeContinue reading “Private Devotion – An Unexpected Garden – A Poem”

Namib – A Poem

Arid land longing to be a lake again, the Namib’s lineage An ocean of sand, crust-fallen waves, an unwilling mirage. Shifting sand so hot; it builds daily, its own Axis Mundi forge, Blowing glass into heart shapes; kissing heat from Earth’s axis Yet, among its stone guardians and wood sentinels; life persists. There lies anContinue reading “Namib – A Poem”

The Cabin – A Poem

Ancestral notched cabin raised on planked risers. Hewn from trees in the wooded acre, held together By the chinking material of the family’s bonded tether. Heated by a fired resolve, buffeted by candle lights Where night skies turned stars into porch-lights, Where living as simply as possible was cabin entry, Into tranquility’s door with contentment,Continue reading “The Cabin – A Poem”