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Inspiration Thursday or Friday…!
Tea and Poetry for Breakfast
Aloha Lovely Readers, I want to share the poem below, by the talented, lyric, Rita Dove, with you today.You may remember her from her stint as The United States Poet Laureate from 1993-95. I had my poetry for breakfast with … Continue reading
Proofs Positive: Lush and erotic tableaux entice you into another dimension.
I am so in love with Margriet Smulders‘ work. I want to live in one of her photographs…. A quote from the artist- My life and work are full of contradictions between the mind and the body, between science and … Continue reading
Dispatch from the City of Angels
Aloha Lovely Reader, “Like a wet washcloth, the mind takes the shape of whatever it rest upon. If you routinely rest your mind on the self-criticism, anger, or anxious rumination, your mind will take a negative shape” I am in … Continue reading
Five Seven Five Your Haiku Lucky Numbers
The picture above, which I composed yesterday out of the common household and garden objects I had lying around, was a creative, playful, way for me to visually represent the 3 phrase, 5/7/5 haiku form. Note the word playful. If … Continue reading
Haiku to Engage Your Senses and Awaken your Heart
Haiku for Engaging the Senses by Sabrina Vog shrouds the sun Why. Is Pele mad A silly question? (sight) Red Bougainvilla All hot promise no perfume Red earth roots me too. (sight,smell) Geckos sing all night She mourns love gone … Continue reading
Engaging with Flowers
Spiritual teachers throughout history, including present day masters such as Thich Nhat Hanh and Eckhart Tolle, have recognized the power of flowers to “transmit deep teachings of profound meditation.” With so many of us based in metropolitan areas where accessing … Continue reading