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CRIMEA, Day 15: Caves, Bones & The Sorting

Breathtaking.

That is the only word to describe the Eminé-Bayir-Hasar caves located at the bottom of Chatyr-Dag (“Tent Mountain”) plateau that is part of Crimea’s main mountain range. 393 more words

Nature & Weather

thirst

I would never have
believed so much compassion
was in a snowflake

Someone told me yesterday about a book called Snowball Earth, which triggered a memory of a poem I wrote in the nineties which had the last line ‘snowflake compassion’. 86 more words

Dream

Get Your Peace On

Good news–I’m back from vacation! Raise your hand if you didn’t even notice! Yeah, I scheduled some posts, took off for a week, and got back a few days ago, quiet as anything. 1,119 more words

Magic

52/365: Mount Olympus I

I’m working on a photo series now that has to do with the Greek Gods. I’ve done so four so far, so I thought I’d share them here: 34 more words

Magic

Fantastical Trips

This is the final title of my first book, I think. I will be workshopping it through September and the beginning of October with my pals at the Burlington Writers Workshop who will whip it and me into shape. 373 more words

Fantasy

Imagine

 

Watercolour and Gouache on Paper. 9.25in x 12in. August 2014.

To this day I believe that certain mushrooms are magical, whether as aids to transformation, 21 more words

Watercolour

Mightier Than the Sword, Yet No Match for Our Lord

Penn so clever,
Always the teller.
Pulling the lever,
Ever the seller.

Mute his cohort,
One part Harpo.
Miming some retort,
Hauling the cargo.

Creating the magic, 11 more words

Truth