Once I wrote music
In song there were poems,
The words of a soul in crisis,
Crying out for answers
A murder of crows cawing at
Melting glacial waters
A crevasse face carved in 100 million years of snow
Black beaks streaked with notes that would melt
Beats into symphony or a capella secrets
I sang in my room as a young girl
Have you watched the faces of children
Who have seen war?
They are older than they Read More
An unconventional offering of ascendant Tantric poetry inspired by Rumi. Enjoy.
If civilization exists by geologic sanction then I am the bubbling hot springs of alchemy, anything but civilized. I will gurgle and ooze, like a baby’s coo or a weeping wound, the stunning snail-shine of a lover’s wet kiss on a barren bosom. I will scream. I will whisper. But my totem is standing – still.
I comply to the winds o Read More
This article originally appeared at WakingTimes.com
Christina Sarich, Staff Writer
Imagine biting into an apple and seeing the color purple, or smelling the salt of the ocean as the touch of a lover’s hand on the small of your back. These types of experiences are called synesthesia: the occurrence of concomitant sensation is a fascinating blend of the five senses – touch, smell, taste, sound, and s Read More
“Work in the invisible world at least
as hard as you do in the visible.”
Inaction is not acceptable anymore in a world that poisons our food, pollutes our land, air, and water and commits atrocities against, man, animal and nature that would be too horrid even to put in the most garish and bloodied film. But that’s just it. What we are looking at is the egoic conflagration of a consciousness b Read More
Finding Peace And Honoring the Infinite
“. . .In an ancient Sanskrit sloka, 12 different Shiva temples are referenced as holy places that compose the Jyotirlinga, or Temples of Lord Shankar. For those unfamiliar with Jyotirlinga, it is a sacred space that the essence of the Infinite can be worshipped, since most of us have a l Read More