Monthly Archives: March 2013

Now

Night’s blanket has been pulled to reveal a faint light
The Morning call rings out
Demanding that we push our dreams
Aside and attend to the business of living: lunch to make, messages to check, meetings to attend, bills to pay
Bodies move methodically in their daily tasks
Cars are warmed for the daily commute, busses filled
But somewhere between home and the place you will live most of your life there is calm-
A silent ululation
The day reveals a silent gift
The trees have been brushed with frozen water
They glisten like crystal
Setting an etherial glow to an otherwise normal morning

Novice

 

Novice

The hands are awkward

Betraying uncertainty

Determination of spirit keeps them moving

Patience soothes frustration

In the journey of beginning

Tudor stuff: Tudor history from the heart of England

tis done, tis past: and yet it is not

Sublime Curiosity

A zoo for thought experiments.

Michèle's Organics Blog

Love of Life, Health & Organics

All Things Georgian

Blogging about anything and everything to do with the Georgian Era

Atalante Knits

through space and time

gather

Wild Food | Magical Cookery

Jan Jansen Networks Wordpress Blog | Easy Branches

Social Media Network Building Blog

affective living

Teaching. Learning. Living.

hocuspocus13

Magickal Arts

hands in the garden

Poetry, song lyrics and other literary junk

In Vegetables We Trust

Home to over 200 vegan recipes.

The Druid's Garden

Spiritual Journeys in Tending the Land, Permaculture, Wildcrafting, and Regenerative Living

Save the Arts in schools!

“Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine, and at last, you create what you will” – George Bernard Shaw

Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss

Welcome to the Anglo Swiss World

Wuji Seshat

Selected Poems

Wayfaring Focus

A blog about travel and photography by the documentary photographer Johannes Laaksonen

Live & Learn

David Kanigan

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