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The ordinary arts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest ~ Sir Thomas Moore ~


Wednesday, March 28, 2018

cloud watching ...

Cloud watching ...
so serene and mindful...
centering...
noticing shapes & transformations 
as billowing white puffs move ...flow...sway...
I spotted hearts x 
"Allow
the wild winds of transformation
to guide you
to your destiny"
~Shikoba~
"How wild it was
to let it be"
~Cheryl Strayed~
"She is the untamed.
She is the wild.
She will come to you
like a storm
and wash you of your tears.
And then
when she leaves
you will wonder how you ever hated the rain"
~Ariana~

6 comments:

Andrea Ostapovitch said...

I read "Wild" by Cheryl Strayed...an interesting human being that one. It took some kind of courage to do what she did. I love spending time watching the clouds...especially when they are moving quickly.

Andrea

Lisa Greenbow said...

I don't know. I have been wishing for some of these beautiful clouds instead of the rain clouds that have been plaguing our area. Even when it doesn't rain the sun can't seem to muscle it's way in. I am not really complaining because I know it will soon be dry...probably too dry. I love to find those open places in the sky. When they are hearts or other recognizable forms all the better.

Deb said...

hi Andrea ~ yes ... Wild was a wonderful read!
Happy cloud watching x

Deb said...

hi Lisa ... added the comments a day after the post... today it is rainy :-D
I agree about finding open spaces in the sky ... and when they form a heart ... well... magical

Mereknits said...

Beautiful. Happy Easter Deb.

Deb said...

thank you Meredith ~ x