Something I believe everyone reading should know about myself. I will never give up my motherhood — my feeling of who I truly am for my children and others.
It’s a balance.
This does not mean I give up on the discoveries and explorations of our beautiful existence. Far from it.
As the seconds tick away, we should all embrace what is possible to hold, to understand, to live.
I’m inspired by a lady I know here, named Kathleen. Her love for domestic and wild animals is unprecedented. Through the years, I cannot begin to count on how many lives she’s saved by any means possible — she never gave up on one.
An embodiedment on living (notice, not leading) — living by example.
I sit frozen.
The pull of your mind
far greater than the grand cycle.
Knot and kneading
to be near any line
electric, this road.
I sit frozen
while you pass through me.
Once in a while,
I think of the blanket
Maybe that’s why I need to fly
further out and over
to see —
of the hand reaching out.
I sit frozen to this understanding —
But, not for long
I promise myself not to go over the deep end,
I promise myself never to go over the deep end,
Promise yourself not to go over the deep end…
Again. Well, I did.
In my defense? That’s it — defense.
I was awake.
Tired, I feel asleep.
I awoke in my dream awake,
to discover your warm and strong arm
draped over my body.
For the first time.
What a way to enter a life,
I wanted to stay asleep forever.
I woke up crying.
This time not tired.
With City And Colour, “Bring Me Your Love”
streaming on iTunes in the background.
A dream saving a dream.
But, bottom line… here’s your cusp to be creative.
Just like so many people added on this shit.
Oh. HOW ORIGINAL!
Henry David Thoreau, Autumnal Tints
“Prussian blue”—the painter’s first stable blue—was the palette’s first synthesized color: Fe(CN)18(H2O)x, where 14 ≤ x ≤ 16…
In “Thirty-Six Shades of Prussian Blue,” for Triple Canopy, Joshua Cohen presented a portrait of that color—or a “blueprint,” of its origins and use—through chemistry, painting, photography, industry, warfare, Holocaust, and nuclear terrorism.