An introspective mindcan and will strategizethe hell out of the directYes or No question. And yet, dive in withan unwavering beliefwhen it comes todeclarations offorever and always. Because it knows. "How long is forever" ?Can be answered with "Sometimes, just one second". Credit to Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland in the last verse.
Timesdrifting away with allher yesterdays. An old girlleft wondering how the young girlin her, is doing now ? Is she playingwith the sunlight tucked inby the moonlight. Onlytime will tell of her silentwishing wells. And theshooting star prays that got lostin the milky way. Kúkwstum̓ckacw / Thank you for reading.
The highs, the lows & all the way arounds. Riding so highshe canbarely see the ground. To the too highs, too lows & too many times around. Hiding in the lowshe'sno where to be found. Kúkwstum̓ckacw / Thank you for reading.
It is in thebeginning of waiting andnot knowing, wesuffer most. Whenunanswered questions; perilously hangin the air. Kúkwstum̓ckacw / Thank you for reading.
You’ve existed;immeasurably. In tandemwith the same airand the same watertrees feed off of. You're infinite;energy. Riding in tandemwith the same sunand the same moonin planetary orbit. Kúkwstum̓ckacw / Thank you for reading.
March sighs and stretches. Waiting to exhale. And paint the World with her bouquet of floral efflorescence. ☆ ☆ Spring has been queued and is in the yawn & stretch stage. Ready to paint our World with beautiful colours. Kúkwstum̓ckacw / Thank you for reading.
Somewhere on the shelvesof this dusty ol bookstore. I'll one day, find those words; you read to me. The question therein lies. Am I in fact searching for words in a book ? Or the voice that hauntinglywalks through; my mind. Kúkwstum̓ckacw / Thank you for reading.
Kol̲i7úsa i Sqw̓élapa (6th moon) Hello, Amanda Rose here. I will be doing some posts this week focusing on being sensitive to the energies we have been having. Although I will be focusing on the positive I want to acknowledge that this is a strange and difficult time.This photo was taken from my window during … Continue reading Kol̲i7úsa i Sqw̓élapa (6th moon)
On a grey, wet winter day, we sometimes escape the gloom to spend the day at the Bloedel Conservatory in Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver. For bird lovers, it’s a mini tropical paradise that’s close to home. I had intended to take macro shots of the plants while my husband photographed the birds but the … Continue reading Summer in a Dome
A few years back, I was wasting time on social media, when a friend posted this message to all her friends: Step away from the computer and take a look outside. I followed her advice and witnessed a sunset that etched itself onto my mind’s gallery. Photos commemorated the sight but only the one in … Continue reading It doesn’t do it justice, but…