those bells say plenty in response to the leaves and branches and..
You say you are in a voyage of self-discovery and it is not a paying gig. It should be. You are so creative and have so much to offer.
I understand the text and the sound of the bells, I'm happy.You have a beautiful voice.
how can grey and a few words offer such fullness? they do. everything is here, a small perfect gesture that breaks the ice on the surface of my blood. green seems superfluous, too much, let us linger in grey with your voice ...the wind chimes :-)
Grey is my comfort, my happy place. Thank you for illustrating why. xo
Funny, but I had drug-induced (Cipro) hallucinations two nights ago that started in tones of fuzzy gray and then blossomed into vibrant color images that came and went so fast that I could scarcely tell what they were. Your photographs took me right back to that experience.
it is wonderful. roundness of being. i recognize myself in every shade of grey, in every hue of your voice, and i can't stop wondering...i also have an attempt at grey (with michael):http://exposureroom.com/members/murasaki/6bb3c01a9e22488fb967eda3138119c1/
(i wonder what you wonder. i hear my own wonder here.)
We are both doing the important work, sweetheart. I doubt that we can make it "pay". That is up to fate, or God. This is lovely and meaningful.
"Words at the limit of hearing, attributable to no one, received in the conch of the ear like dew by a leaf." (philippe jaccottet) or even a quiet presence is appreciated))