Tag Archives: cycles

Memory #midnighthaiku

* Yesterday’s magic Holding tomorrow’s promise More than memory *

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The Browning Cycle ~ G. Michael Vasey

Reblogged from The Magical World of G. Michael Vasey: Confused, you watch the others to see how it is done. After all, they are now all old hands at everything here. Tanned, comfortable and relaxed, the other guests seem almost … Continue reading

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Waiting…

Summer devours spring A passionate appetite Fallen petals mourn In the heart of yesterday Tomorrow awaits its birth For Colleen’s poetry challenge

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Ambition #midnighthaiku

Simple ambitions To live in joy and die in peace Accepting each day

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Spring will return, a poem by Charles Robert Lindholm

SPRING WILL RETURN By Charles Robert Lindholm Denuded Flowers Remain A Stark Witness Of A Summer Season Past As Autumn Slips Under Winter’s Blanket Of Snow That Mother Nature Covers Us With And We Dream Of Seasons Past That Were … Continue reading

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Mirror…

* The river wanders Though ever-changing seasons The cycle of life Opulence and paucity Mirrored in its formless flow * For Colleen’s poetry challenge

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Flow

The river watches As spring blossoms wither And winter frosts the fertile vine And soft, quiet nights Beneath a lonely moon. We who wander Nature’s garden Follow water’s sacred song But see in harmony Only rain.  

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springtime, new delhi from dhamma footsteps

Reblogged from dhamma footsteps POSTCARD #194: NEW DELHI: Watering the plants upstairs on the roof terrace and there’s this small one looking so simple and symmetrical, extraordinary. I take a photo of it and zoom into the wonderful experience of … Continue reading

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