Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Secert of Seeing

Closing my eyes; the chatter diminishes silence a hum breath and pulse flatten and widen until my lids lift and Love laughs with Joy! Photo Credit: Emily Carr, Forest Landscape II, 1939, Oil on Paper, National Gallery of Canada, data … Continue reading

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Have I – Have We – Told You How Beloved You Are?

Beloved, I am  – We are – sorry that you do not feel well today. It is such a spectacular day, We know it will cheer you up! Did you see the way the moon winked at the stars? The … Continue reading

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Snowdrop

Snowdrops NDMetcalf Spring 14

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In Between

Caught in Spirit Breath peering longingly upward through murky chaos shifting currents of Light swirl in a vibrant blossoming the downward  tug buoyed up by Love respired

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Hard Times: why I reject the rejection of Descartes

  I am intrigued by a recent observance that those who heatedly reject Descartes are the same folk who embrace humanity’s “higher” consciousness, thus embodying the hierarchy of a mind-body dualism and a “I think therefore I am” inherent anthropocentric … Continue reading

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Lifted Up

    Venus glistens in the East drawing me out onto the deck, into the cold crisp quiet dawn. The dividing veil, my protective barrier dissolves. The deck gives way to the snow, then grass, then soil and infinite stars … Continue reading

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Promise

Securely nestled amongst entwining bouganvillea peering beyond threatening thorns deepening clouds ensure sweet nectar   Photo credits: M.J. Heade, Hummingbird and Passionflowers. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Gift of Albert Weatherby, 1946 (46.17)This image was provided by The Metropolitan … Continue reading

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Maelstrom

Caught in the maelstrom of denial and blame I seek a cave. Instead a call erupts from a swirling mist of blood and water It does not make sense                  the red blue voice shimmering on      distant      dry      hills I yearn … Continue reading

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Torn Anew

Waking up, our hearts are rent, by broken beauty and souls spent. Choose Life, says He, and you will find, Love the Way; to untie and bind.       Photo Credit: Sam Kittner, Graveyard and Chemical Plant, ARTstor slide … Continue reading

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