Temple Flower

The temple flower is not only beautiful, but its scent is like the chemistry of wine or tea. For many generations, the ancients painted this flower on the walls of temples and on papyrus. Even countries across Asia have shared the same imagery.  The sacred flower not only creates a relaxing sensation of euphoria, and increases vibrations of the heart, but also triggers genetic memory; a good memory with an awakened heart ushering wisdom. Don’t go quiet on my account. I miss the sound of your voice. I don’t think we are destined to be without love. Because for all … Continue reading Temple Flower

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Moon flower

At night in the garden When everything comes alive There is sweet song It surrounds my heart. Beyond the quiet end of day, Whispering to the trees to pray, Laughing with the moon flower, Falling in love with the sunset, Consulting with the moon, Gazing up at the starry sky. With my hand over my heart, The hand other touching the earth, Discovering the generosity Here born of this Universe. Its beauty caresses my soul Then a gentle touch goodnight, Like a beautiful dream beginning, Moon colors blooming in mystery, Only at night of an unreal light, Translucent and pale. … Continue reading Moon flower

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Myna Bird

Waking up this morning to the calls of two myna birds croaking, squawking and chirping along with the clicks and whistling whilst fluffing their feathers in their morning ritual bath. I was infatuated watching the two of them bob their head in singing. They bathe every morning in Christopher’s front garden in his pond. He said there were two guppies in the pond, but strangely they have gone missing somehow.  A few years ago, I would have not dream that I would be here in Sri Lanka, nor did I think I would be so curious as to watch myna … Continue reading Myna Bird

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Ahead and Light

In the boat gliding; anticipated, to an unknown determination. We are bouncing back and what’s next with no precipitation.  There my chest was booming. I’ll give in to blue skies, not a cloud mass in sight.  With thoughtful gaze awhile, receptive eyes ahead and light.  Pause and sit to soak up what’s around; nothing glooming.  Sunbursts create a tapestry and warm the sweated ground. The still am I, in comfort there, in nature’s bounty out to greet.  My breath suddenly slows when a gift lands at my feet. I still myself, to keep disturbance kept; sure not to call.  A … Continue reading Ahead and Light

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Kingfisher

To travel is a transformation of the heart. It is a wondrous thing. Living in your own photos and books; although when I was a youth, I never planned to travel far. But it just started happening.  When I met Jim, I watched him recording his thoughts backwards and forwards wherever we went.  It was then I began recording mine and it was easy as watching the rain fall onto the trees. Together, it was there in Wales we first began tracing the steps of travelers long gone. Sometimes when we go and see places, it makes me feel like … Continue reading Kingfisher

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Just Thoughts

They say ambiguity is a type of uncertainty of meaning to which interpretation is not always understood.  It is an attribute of an idea whose intended meaning is uncertain.  It cannot be definitively resolved by rules in a infinite number of steps.  Life can be that way; uncertainty is generally contrasted with vagueness.  It’s the unknown filled with ambiguity.  It’s specific to everyone’s distinct interpretation of it.  When others thoughts and ideas are not always so obvious.   When in fact the information is vague.  Why it is difficult to form an interpretation at a desired level to understand its … Continue reading Just Thoughts

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Tulip and Rose

To go out and meet another year; To go and return to you. To feel the rush of our anniversary for another year remembering as my own heart beats ever more the faster in time.  I rise bursting out in a dance flitting between the streaks from the sky with sweet wet kisses on my skin. I Close my eyes kissing back.  I let your feet fall to the puddles and splash them with passion like tulips and roses posing on a table in a vase, warming, still blooming in front of the fireplace.  Who would have ever imagined tulips … Continue reading Tulip and Rose

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Cotton Sheets

It was our second anniversary the other day and I couldn’t be happier. Cotton gifts were given in exchange to celebrate our day. Jim gave me cotton bedding. I gave him socks and underwear.  The cotton sheets were absolutely beautiful and flawless! I put them on the bed right away. He put his new items on too. They fit perfectly.  Anyway, Jim helps me stay connected to my inner self. He believes in me and in pursuit of a life that’s true to us; and I believe in him too. We are both looking forward to the holidays, traveling and … Continue reading Cotton Sheets

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