The glacier crumbles under warm rain. The earth cracks and opens, spewing hot lava from fissures into the clean air. In this world of wonders, great tides take our feeble houses, without warning. We are left with nothing, save an awe of the earth’s aliveness. Dare I make a spectacle of the sun? Or of … Continue reading Nature gives no warnings.
Water and stone Cold is the anti-numb The touch of her insistent fingers and thumb Reminds me of the electricity that swims Between my cells’ membranes So thin I cannot know where the air and water start and end Light is the only sign of time And the rocks have no skin I hear the … Continue reading Stone & Water
Pass Thurn, Jan. 2022 I notice paths that exist already, drawn by humans or by nature. Sometimes both. I see how they cross and overlap. What about forging a new path? Is it possible, or does every path belong to another in an ever-unfolding network? How can I wander aimlessly? Ah! I found a place … Continue reading Paths