In what we call stink a wealth of information finds your active brain. (photo: *Toulouse as a youngster–jrs; *model for Bucket in Ochoco Reach) Advertisements
Posted in animals, Beach, Brain, Consciousness, Dog, Haiku, Humans, Poem, Uncategorized, Wisdom
Tagged animals, dog nose, dogs, humanity, humor, stink
We all want to shine– surely, the light from inside, each of us a star. (plant: imgarcade.com; person: alamy.com)
Posted in Consciousness, Gratitude, Haiku, Humans, Joy, Life, Narble Furt, Poem, Uncategorized, Universe
Tagged humanity, learning, life, spirit
Low cloud off the sea envelopes everything, beading the dark stones. (shore: pixabay.com)
Posted in Haiku, Home, Narble Furt, Ocean, Oregon, Poem, Uncategorized, walking
Tagged beach, clouds, coast life, fog, mist
My silver spoon gets stuck in my mouth when I try to articulate. (spoon: OLWomen.com; apartheid: buzzsouthafrica.com)
Posted in Absolutes, communication, Consciousness, Conversation, Friendship, Haiku, History, Humans, Uncategorized, Wisdom, Writing
Tagged experience, humanity, humility, life, privilege, race, relationships, understanding
I think the word flit was invented by someone watching chickadees.
Posted in Birds, Gratitude, Haiku, Narble Furt, Poem, Uncategorized, Wildlife, Writing
Tagged animals, birdwatching, Chickadee, home, nature
My friend, if I could exchange places with you now I most surely would.
Posted in Absolutes, Brain, Brian Doyle, Consciousness, crow, Friendship, future, Gratitude, Haiku, Uncategorized
Tagged family, humanity, life, religion, writing
A tree in my yard, upheaval in my country. The tree stays the same.
Posted in communication, Consciousness, Conversation, family, Haiku, Home, Life, Oregon, Portland, Uncategorized
Tagged nature, perspective, poem
Coffee sits swallowed at the top of my stomach; my brainstem is warm. (stock photo)
Little squirrel chirps six feet from my smiling face: half-hearted scolding. (pinterest.com)
Strawberry moon looked more like honey, so I’ll go with that today. (top: al.com; bottom: wsj.com)