Cracks in the sidewalk- Dirt lots strewn with broken dreams- Grey wings on rooftops- Trees spread through iron gateways- A forest of steel limbs Streets of the city. Drifting through life eternal, Ghosts sit on benches. Memories are painted…
Rain falls in the East, Flowers blooming pink and white. Nutkin grabs and runs.
Oshima or Ojima is a small pine covered island in the Matshushima prefecture in Japan. Once a meditation retreat for Zen (Chen) Buddhist Monks, it is now a walking tourist destination. It is accessible by a walking bridge from the…
Blessed guardian— Standing still and vigilant. Friend of winter black. Garden of flowers, Black and white among rainbows. Leaves float in water. White hunter on wing— Silent under the moonlight. Bare trees marching on.
Winter home sealed Warm underneath root and rock. Porridge steaming hot.
Hidden cloudy sun, Forest trees create shadows. Mochi sweet on tongue.
The Krka National park in Croatia contains 109 square miles along the Krka River. Containing hundreds of various flora and fauna, it is a wildlife area that is serene as well as peaceful. Being able to either boat, walk, or…
Grass grows among cracks, Wind blowing moves leaves and chaff. Once a green sea gone. Rolling thunderheads of black- One voice against future tide.
like thalassic velvet
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