Saturday, November 6, 2010

Dew Light

Now in the blessed days of more and less
when the news about time is that each day
there is less of it I know none of that
as I walk out through the early garden
only the day and I are here with no
before or after and the dew looks up
without a number or a present age


TimeScapes: Rapture from on Vimeo.

2. Learning to fly  (verson i got had no volume, listen with eyes: the stars stars stars)
3. Mountain Light (you can almost see the earthly breathe almost)

People are always talking about time.
What is time, what is travel through time.
Asking, I think, what is life, who am I as traveler through this grandeur; my heart.

*These videos speed up time, but seem to slow it down.

Video compliments of a friend. Wanted to share.
And to all of you, for such beautiful words in comment boxes and my email, Thank You so much. Hope to respond properly later in the month.

Already "unplugged" for less than a week, am more plugged into a source of me. The mind quiet of info clutter is easier to listen into; it opens like a sun swept field of wind. Tall warm wheat bends and whistle-whispers through the solitary absence;  later it seems as if little mice feet came to tramp across the blank white page, gift-giving words from an inner earth damp and good with a hidden spring.

blessings, peace, and may your gifts rise up and kiss kiss kiss your face (let me know if they leave little lips of colored lipsticks)


ArtPropelled said...

Oh the stars!
Thinking back to the monotonous days of working in an office when time dragged on and on ..... compared to now when I pack my days with art, poetry and nature. So many wonders to drink in and not enough time to savour. Unplugging is a solution to this dilemma...... time to plug into the source of you. Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy!

lynne h said...

this unplugged sounds so nice, M... thank you for reporting on it. : )


rivergardenstudio said...

How beautiful your writing, "the tall warm wheat bends and whistle-whispers..." If you had a book I would read it right now... roxanne

Christine said...

So true it slow it down.
OH MY HEAVENS! Those films blew my mind and tore my heart open (generously :) Mon dieu - the beauty

Thank you for sharing this, I shall pass it on

Peace and silence, smiles and
stars .·.*·