Archive for the ‘Forest’ Tag

Early Autumn Alder   1 comment

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Long limbs wading at
water’s edge . . . bits of summer
spiraling down

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River Light   3 comments

Riverbank of the McKenzie
Last night’s moonlight
slips
between boulders

If you lose a feather   2 comments

In these bright/dark moments
Still, you can
Open your wings

 

cooper's hawk feather

 

Be of the sky
Be of the earth
Go fierce, go soft

Foamflower   2 comments

 

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Floating like crystals
with airy wings, forest foam
on emerald sea

 

Spring   6 comments

Star flower on the forest floor
After
befriending the night,
stars at my feet

Forest Sprites   5 comments

Calypso orchids
Facing the same sun
A pair of fairy slippers
Alone together

Entrance   5 comments

 
Entrance (noun): a place for entering, door, gate, etc.
Entrance (verb): to fill with delight; to enchant or charm
 
 
tree bark peephole
 
 
 
 

Draw close, peer through a wildly wee window, and the ordinary world drops away. Your one-eyed view through keyholes, knot-holes, and Easter egg peepholes is a one-way ticket to the other side, the shimmering one that almost makes you fall. Into. That’s how I feel when I step out from my bright, electric world onto a spring-green, low-lit trail with its tender vine maples and sword-pointed ferns. Take a look!