Look what I almost stepped in:
-Villa Carmen, Peru
Within a lilting morning song
Ephemeral kaleidoscope presents upon sparkling water
As new and wet blossoms surmount garden walls
Golden sunshine fills my smiling face.
Robust, thunderous, and vigorous the eternal question resounds:
How much joy can one being receive… accept… endure?
Beyond time’s bleached and broken bones
Pages fold beneath dark rolling tides
Ripe swollen fertile lattice
Where wizards dance upon luminous wind
The whole of possibility
Infinitely palpable and eloquent
– Wayqecha, Peru
Written, woven within
The grand, the ultimate tapestry
Patterns within patterns within patterns, layer upon layer of interconnected meticulously designed beings. There is far more going on here than we can ever even hope to comprehend.
Nature smiles upon us all
And only asks that we receive her gifts gently
The concept of being alone
Within relational contexts