"Oh, Window Pane!" - Recorded 1/7/2021 - Auroraboros - Objects, and the Distance Between Them Oh, Window Pane!My God, my only hope!I would break you from your tether that I might make all my own the trees and the birds which you have captured just for me!In jars and vials, shadow boxes felted and gold … Continue reading Oh, Window Pane!
For you. "Do You Know That You Are Loved?" - Recorded 12/31/2020 - Auroraboros - Objects, and the Distance Between Them Do you know that you are loved? I should hope so. I should hope that you have already been told that you are, in oh so many ways, and that you have committed it … Continue reading Do You Know That You Are Loved?
Know that Though I have said so many things To so many of you And though you have responded With such kindness and love that it draws the tears from my eyes as from a well These things are only temporary; I will be gone some day And there may be no person to speak … Continue reading In Each and Every Thing Which Crawls or Walks or Even Slowly Grows as Moss or Lichen
Do we not all exist As figures in a grand portrait Captured Each second In a cosmic still-life Our lives existing Within As well as between Each vibration Each motion Each advancement of the scene? We are all here Together Huddled On an improbable And utterly awesome Sphere of space debris That is spinning through … Continue reading Each With Their Own Story to Tell
Clouds hang low over jagged mountain range Glowing in amber hue Ritual solar display Painting bright the sky To remind Those below The full glory and grace Of the celestial body 'Round which we move Ceaselessly Tirelessly Only broken by False swan song descent Not of deceit Rather To deliberately emphasize Perhaps What it really … Continue reading A Western Sky
I have always wanted A love like gravity That draws in spirit And soul With an irresistible pull A cosmic force Inexplicable But clearly defined By formula and boundary When I first saw you I was tethered And though the pull was there I was unable to move Unable to respond As was appropriate So … Continue reading A Love like Gravity