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A windy evening 

Softly blowing wind

The tree’s motion rattles leaves

White noise moaning

Poetry

Zen


Can you free your mind from daily stuffs?

Can you focus and concentrate?

Have you notice details?

Have you feel stuffs around you by five senses? 91 more words

White Wall Evergreen

the ashe juniper,

standing behind limestone wall,

reaches down in front

Haiku

Angkor Wat at Sunrise

Flashback March 2016

Day 3 begins at 4:45 am with a pickup from Sok Manea, a tuk-tuk driver referred by TripAdvisor and the web. We travel in the dusk to the Angkor Wat temples. 335 more words

Reflections

I am?

I am the dead fish of the flock

the carcass of dreams and aspirations

Tom foolery of youth,pride and creed

If language could express the pains… 110 more words

Psychology

The Birdman

This picture was taken a few years ago.

It was a special day for many reasons and the encounter with him was particularly meaningful to me. 114 more words

Photography

Stubbing Your Toe on the Philosopher’s Stone, or, ‘If It Ain’t Broke, You Can’t Fix It’

Note: The quoted material in this post contains a wee bit of adult language, so ‘caveat lector.’

“Golden Elixir is another name for one’s fundamental nature. 1,707 more words