Posted on November 16, 2019
if wrinkles were flowers
we’d all welcome them
Posted on October 26, 2016
I’m over HERE today,
talking about beauty.
How do you define beauty?
Posted on October 15, 2015
O Stay where you are! Here
in the uncertain hour of a late afternoon
looking outward and looking in
I see this beauty
all I see is beauty.
Something that convinces, asks to be seen,
though it does nothing, just stays where it is,
and merely by existing wins me over.
~ Patrizia Cavalli
one last look at the autumn flowers
a hard frost is on it’s way
Posted on January 15, 2015
“The country seems bigger, for you can see through the bare trees. There are times when the woods is absolutely still and quiet. The house holds warmth. A wet snow comes in the night and covers the ground and clings to the trees, making the whole world white. For a while in the morning the world is perfect and beautiful. You think you will never forget.”
Wishing you all a wonderful weekend, friends.
If you are looking to curl up with some good reading, you may want to consider visiting a new online magazine, The Writing Garden. The editor, Suzy Hazelwood was so nice to feature my photo on the cover…but it’s the writing inside that really shines. Enjoy!
Posted on December 3, 2014
“It’s true, I think, as Kenko says in his Idleness,
That all beauty depends upon disappearance,
The bitten edges of things,
the gradual sliding away
Into tissue and memory,
And dazzling impermanence of days we beg our meanings from,
And their frayed loveliness.”
~ Charles Wright – The World of the Ten Thousand Things
*a big thank you to Shawna Lemay for exposing me to such wonderful poetry.