your hands might as well be gods;
if this is so,
I will gladly convert to polytheism.
Because with each breath,
the rise and fall of my chest, 157 more words
5 hours, 23 minutes
A TED Ed lesson by Poet and Educator Jane Hirshfield.
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6 hours, 17 minutes
You can travel so far down a road
You’ve forgotten what the start looked like;
You might not notice the journey
Or have a destination- you’re going on. 102 more words
7 hours, 17 minutes
We scuttle along
Glossy black beetles
with red behinds,
To retrace the route
Taken only this morning.
There is a sense of urgency… 35 more words
8 hours, 36 minutes
I’m not actively seeking out animal stories, but today I’m wowed by Karen Folk’s gorgeous little flash piece, “Summer of Pinbugs” that appeared in the December 2013 issue of… 74 more words
9 hours, 44 minutes
Shawn L. Bird
The snow is melting!
I hear water tumbling like a waterfall
dripping into pool.
Cascading down my window blinds
puddling inside my door.
The snow is melting! 6 more words
10 hours, 59 minutes
I came. I saw. I foxed.
Green Fire so elusive,Like will-o-whisps in the fog.A deer in the moonlight,Left me a deer in headlights.
Prey so equal,A prayer seemingly answered, 56 more words
12 hours, 34 minutes