“Lift up your dark heart and sing a song about
how time drifts past you like the gentlest, almost
imperceptible breeze.” ~ Jim Harrison from “Cold Poem”
Wednesday night, late. Cooler temps.
Woke up with my left wrist and hand completely numb. Waited most of the day for it to get better. The most I got was tingling. So no real post today.
Anyway, I think the Campbell quote is particularly apt for this point of my life, don’t you?
More later. Peace.
Music by Jon Black, “There Is A Love We Can Find”
For the Children
The rising hills, the slopes,
lie before us,
the steep climb
of everything, going up,
up, as we all
In the next century
or the one beyond that,
are valleys, pastures,
we can meet there in peace
if we make it.
To climb these coming crests
one word to you, to
you and your children:
learn the flowers
~ Gary Snyder
One thought on ““We’ve got to live, no matter how many skies have fallen.” ~ D.H. Lawrence, from Lady Chatterley’s Lover”
Maybe apt for all of our lives…