Spiral Rings


Tree rings spiral
in the shape of an unnamed galaxy
close to home
but years away in time.
Unique stamp of the universe
imbedded in our cells
surfaces on the finger tips.

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14 Responses to Spiral Rings

  1. Monica says:

    Ela, this lovely comment makes me so happy!

  2. gita4elamats says:

    Oh, my fingertips tingled when I read this! 🙂

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  4. Monica says:

    Thank you so much, Bluebee!

  5. bluebee says:

    Oh, marvellous. Monica! 😀

  6. Monica says:

    gorgeous, Androgoth — I can see a hint of it, a fragment

  7. andro51 says:

    A Very Nice Posting Monica…

    Yes the rings of time, spirals, etched within
    the years gone by, echoes of the past and of
    the future where all time is held in a capsule
    of everlasting euphoria…

    All in the essence of life, a wondrously enchanting
    field of wonder yet to be discovered through the
    boundariesof the universe and beyond into infinity…

    Androgoth XXx

  8. Monica says:

    unique and connected, comment as poetry, thank you, Pen

  9. penpusherpen says:

    Unique,.. something we all crave to be, and we are… Lovely, flowing description Monica, you had me staring closely at my own fingertips… spirals, ever circling, showing Life’s stamp of identity…xPenx

  10. Monica says:

    Lovely comment, Laz

  11. lazfreedman says:

    So far away in front of us, 🙂
    Love this one, Monica

  12. Monica says:

    Hi Ian, Thanks so much for your comment!

  13. Facinating short writing on the individuality of spirals and their interconnection , makes one stop and ponder for a bit,

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