Monthly Archives: December 2008

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A Love of Wild Trees (10/10)

A Love of Wild Trees, the last of the series Meditations on the tree, that is not a tree… And this is the tenth in a series, of ten, from http://tim.girvin.com/Entries/index.php. A pine grove | Decatur Island When I contemplate … Continue reading

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What comes, will go

what rises, will fall. as you might know, now, my computer was stolen in the office, yesterday. People all around. In, there, out. Some people saw this person, connected and tried to escort him away — but he seemed to … Continue reading

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In the dark

In the dark You forget about silence You forget about the deep-silence that happens when all human made things go quiet, and there is no sound, engine made. And when the power went out, as I was working I could … Continue reading

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A Love of Wild Trees (9/10)

Contemplating the tree of my dreams… And this is the ninth in a series, of ten, from http://tim.girvin.com/Entries/index.php. There’s one tree that figures repeatedly in my imagination. It’s the tree in front of my house on Decatur Island, which is … Continue reading

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A Love of Patterning | The Knot

Second in the series: Part One Isn’t it so, that there’s a symbol that continuously finds itself representing, to you? The Grand Mosque, Casablanca, Morocco For me, aside from the Raven, it’s the knot. And like the one nestled below … Continue reading

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You Just Never Know

You just never know. Meditations on exploration and the beauty of being lost, and finding again. As much as you think — “it will go this way” — it just might not. And that way that it does go, it … Continue reading

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the last picture I took…

…was of this magician and healer, likely Tuareg, and surely from the Sahara. I took this picture, then tried to get closer to another healer | storyteller type, and the camera was knocked down to the brickwork in an ancient … Continue reading

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