Tag: nature

  • 528: How Long?

    The stars grow frantic I feel. Compelling me to you with severest insist. And I know I must but can’t shake the rotting that crawls in and bonds my days and years in distraction. What is in the dirt so with the sky compares?

  • 525: Flow

    Present and open, the exquisite machinery of the experience. Suspending judgements, all out roads merge inward. Face turned to the sensory rain. Wide eyes and soul agape Flow.

  • 514

    The span, it provokes as ever. Calls you onward, inward. O presence and depth, unhesitant further. Enthral the skin Drench the mind in peace, the soul in Ecstasy.

  • 498: The inextinguishable

    You are the inextinguishable sun. And it will rain no doubt, and for your magnificent shine that it has weakened may you weep. See your gift is not diminished but altered and evolves a rainbow.

  • 497

    I would quit this job in a second for a chance to take photos like this all the time. I would write my girlfriend everyday and call my family from a pay phone Bane

  • 496

    Enthusiasm is common. Endurance is rare.

  • 493: Blink if you can hear me

    The years are collecting, magic diminished and flickering. … Do something.

  • 492

    Every spirit builds itself a house; and beyond its house a world; and beyond its world, a heaven. Know then, that the world exists for you. For you is the phenomenon perfect. What we are, that only can we see. All that Adam had, all that Caesar could, you have and can do. Adam called […]

  • 491

    I am considered a misanthropist now and then, because I do not socialize with many people. But it’s only my mind that avoids you, my heart is still with you, and seeks the distance so that it can keep on loving you. Franz Grillparzer

  • 488: Sally in the Sun

    The realisation had barely settled upon the consciousness when my face had been brought home into Sally’s hands. As she whispered my name and drew close, I caught in the instant, the glimmer of long obstructed joyousness in her eyes. Suddenly, with space enough to run, and a great gasp of the soul free in […]

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