Tag Archives: summer
Summer in the land of mist leaves veils scattered carelessly across the landscape. Whole mountain ranges and islands can be swept in and out of view in moments, as the mist drifts through, trailing mystery in her wake. Some days … Continue reading
Summer has opened her long light filled arms wide, and she was spilling soft kisses all along the West coast of the British Isles yesterday evening. Not a whisper of a breeze stirred the air, and the birds sang … Continue reading
Summer falls from us Sipping rose tea heedlessly As the dark creeps in
The Equinox has come and gone, and yet summer light lingers on in soft warm pools. Shimmering within translucent pink petals, and in long streaks between the shadows. The light is low and long, reaching in and below awareness, touching … Continue reading
Fire and brimstone accompanied by thunderous claps marked the end of the Edinburgh International Festival, the very end of August and probably the end of summer. It was a dramatic statement in smoke and light, tumbling over the ancient … Continue reading
Walk to the piers end Where infinity calls out Dive in and let go Summer will wash you Free and sunkissed freckles rise On hot apple cheeks
Fairies underskirts Springs rich froth of soft beauty Falls each day aching Snow petals tumble Swirling fleeting beauty past Into strong green growth.
Summers frothing wave. Always the earth spins faster With its little feet.
Summer lovin’ Bastet style. Nobody soaks up the suns heat as stylishly as cats, and our Bengal positively shimmers in the solar heat. The Egyptians worshiped cats, and cats worship the sun. Perhaps they have a drop or two of … Continue reading