This big, beautiful, astonishing Earth – Day

Moose tracks in dirt or snow and knotholes in pine – We are all connected to each other and to this beautiful place we call home.
Let’s celebrate.

2 poems from Songs for a Beloved Friend, Poems and Essays for the Planet,
which explore this connection:

CLOUDS
Birds fly across the sky
in the shape of clouds.
Continents form from vapor
and drift with the wind.
Fluid, fire, air, and core
are bound in intricate design.
The universe weaves the pattern,
and we are one stitch.

COLOR OF EARTH
Collie color of earth, lamb and lion
throat echoes shark’s jaw
human hand revealed in paw
bird feathers trace ear edges
fur swirls in exact pattern
of wood grain on my table
as I look and see
the universe sing harmony.

 

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4 Responses to This big, beautiful, astonishing Earth – Day

  1. Monica says:

    Thanks so much, Ian. I always enjoy your visits and comments!

  2. A beautiful and enjoyable post Monica, your pictures are great and your words an excellent accompaniment, reading them has a musical feeling to them.
    Enjoyed my visit.

  3. Monica says:

    From one stitch to another: lovely to hear from you.

  4. beeblu says:

    Being one stitch in the universe: what a lovely image. 😃

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