• Of winter's lifeless world each tree Now seems a perfect part; Yet each one holds summer's secret Deep down within its heart. ~Charles G. Stater

  • End of a day



  • Wind

    I am the wind which breathes upon the sea, I am the wave of the ocean, I am the murmur of the billows I am the ox of the seven combats, I am the vulture upon the rocks, I am a beam of the sun, I am the fairest of the plants, I am the wild boar in valor, I…

  • Pow wow


  • In the moonlight a worm silently drills through a chestnut ~ Matsu Basho


  • Einstein, his wife & Charlie Chaplin

    At the premier of Chaplin's film City Lights, January 1931 From "The Day we Found the Universe" (Image from the book titled above)

  • New York street


  • Cloudy



  • Morning

  • "Soak up the sun Affirm life's magic Be graceful in the wind Stand tall after a storm Feel refreshed after it rains ..................... - Karen Shragg, Think Like a Tree


  • Winter Night

    Now winter nights enlarge The number of their hours; And clouds their storms discharge Upon the airy towers. Let now the chimneys blaze And cups o’erflow with wine, ..................... ~ Thomas Campion

  • Fence



  • When all thoughts Are exhausted I slip into the woods And gather A pile of shepherd’s purse. ~ Ikkyu

  • Meadow

    Though we can go back to Descartes to find philosophers who believed that mathematics and geometry might provide for a kind of thinking that was pure and precise, it was George Boole, a young mathematician from Lincoln, who put flesh on the idea. In 1833…

  • I caught a stomach-sorrow while traipsing October’s fogs I ate to nourish it made a cocoon for it laid it with slow reverence in a hollow For fourteen nights some cursed sleep’s been after me while I’ve been up feeding on darkness Don’t say a word Don’…


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