Here among the dust suspended is precisely where the story ended) not that the end and beginning were ever the same The agitating wings flapped a bird not far above rose leaves while sequenced words inevitably turned eyes to the right
No superficial questions ever birthed deep answers The yellow present became the future of past awareness Ripples followed suddenlywetrocks unflinchingly as adherents preceded authoritarians obtusely
Honey turned to nectar via six-legged winged creatures as toilet paper touched crass politicians vehemently (Elmer’s fun was glue as a child Itching was scratching and blinking was deer
After the nectar. (1) Photo by Thomas Peace c.2016
After the nectar. (2) Photo by Thomas Peace c.2016
My Blog primarily consists of close-up nature photos (that I've taken locally) combined with original holistic-truth oriented prose and/or poetry involving mindfulness/awareness. I love nature and I love understanding the whole (not merely the parts and the details). I'm a retired teacher of the multiply handicapped.
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Thought-provoking poem, and lovely bright flowers. I like the second effect very much. 🙂
Thank you, Sci! So glad you were appreciative of both! Hugs to MSL and LM! 🙂
(I bought a new toy for Gabbie yesterday. Even though she is 14, she is still like a little kid, getting so excited about a new toy from the store!)
You are welcome. 🙂
And that is one thing I love about dogs – they live for the moment in honest naivete. 🙂
Yes, Sci, absolutely! We could learn something from them! 🙂 I just got done playing with Gab, with her new toy! 🙂
wonderful words and photos, Thomas. It brings a little sun to my heart. Have a nice day, regards Mitza
Thanks Mitza! I’m so glad that bees are doing better in our area. I sure hope that that continues! 🙂
yes, we have to take care about the bees here, too. In our garden it’s always full of insects. Have a nice weekend, regards Mitza
I prefer the first one
I like them both, but i do prefer the first too! 🙂
“No superficial questions ever birthed deep answers”
I think that my name for you is just perfect: Buddha Tom (or is it Tom the Buddha?)
Thank you, Genie! 🙂
My hunting and fishing, orthodox relatives and in-laws have a name for me too, but i can’t repeat it online! 🙂