Earth & Air

Flight of Dreams

I started writing since the age of 8. Although I studied Commerce (accounts and statistics) I eventually went with my passion for the Arts. With 2 degrees in English, writing poetry comes naturally to me. I often express my anger, anguish, grief and glory through my writings. I…

The Joy All Around Us

We have heard it all our lives – take time to stop and smell the roses. Most of us think we do, but the truth is our busy lives keep us hopping from dawn till long after dark. We work endless hours for the material things we think…

Wisteria Anyone?

Change is inevitable as we grow older. My husband, Mike, and I experience surprises at every turn. Now that we are both retired, we delight in traveling and noticing things that might have been overlooked during the busy career days. For instance, I have learned that he isn’t…

Between Clouds and Earth

In this atmosphere, where I am between clouds and earth, change to me is experiences that enable me to learn and develop all that I am. Today is not how it was yesterday, and tomorrow will not be as it is today. Change stays in orbit and occurs…

Waves

“Time and tide wait for no man.” – Geoffrey Chaucer   My 15 year old nephew has a T-shirt It reads, “Fear No Wave”. It made me think what I am afraid of We all like still waters Where nothing hardly moves It just quietly flows Water makes…

Mystical Moments at Old Stone Fort

October, 2014 Once in awhile, I get visions. That means that while I am awake, I am aware of being in a zone of experiencing, remembering or, perhaps, imagining distant experiences. Some might call this awareness “past lives”, others insist that it must be parallel universes, while many…

We Are More Than Birds

Aeneas left the Beauty of Tyre in Carthage, against both the wishes of he and his men, in order to carry the mantle of Troy to far Lavinia; a decision that took the wherewithal of his ancestors, the Gods. Beowulf slew the enemies of his people and monsters…

The Struggle

My gardening has taught me plenty.  Recently, I was looking out over my garden and pondering what strength meant to me. I caught myself laughing and asking the seeds if it took a lot of strength to grow. I thought it was proper, I mean, it was only…

Season Of Light

It may seem like such an oxymoron to call the darker days of the Autumn Equinox and the Winter Solstice as the season of light, but I believe, indeed it is. With each changing season I ask myself what the rhythm of earth is learning, doing, being and…

Community Garden

There is a scripture in the book of Matthew 5:14-16, “You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives…