1. 12:02 23rd Sep 2014

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    Reblogged from thesensualstarfish

    Tags: solitudeloverunion

    I place solitude in a frame on my desk and call it the one I love.
     
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  3. 17:00 21st Sep 2014

    Notes: 1016

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    Tags: crossmortalityspiritual

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  4. mist

    rain

    morning

    leaves

    turning

    turning

    green

    orange

    veiled

    white

    crow

    calls

    echoes

    black



    ~miaokuancha

    "equinox"

    2014

     
  5. 14:24

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    wolvesandwind:


WANT MORE AUTUMN LOVE?
→ Wolves&Wind / EverChangingSeasons

    wolvesandwind:

    WANT MORE AUTUMN LOVE?

    Wolves&Wind / EverChangingSeasons

     
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  9. 11:12

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    (Source: viofswords)

     
  10. If the translations are worth their salt, they just may win recruits to learn the old languages themselves.
     
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坤倫
kun lun
on receptiveness

 

i don’t want to just sit there enjoying your presence
the sight of your face
the sound of your voice
the way you make the air in my lungs vibrate
*
i want to listen to you really listen
and hear
i want to hear you
i want to still this monkey mind of mine quell the urges to give to gift
let even support and affirmation be silenced
so that i can hear
you
let you pour into my stillness
as sound pours into silence
let me be empty enough to receive
everything
to hear
everything
*
desire
sucks and pushes is deaf and blind
perfect love casts out not just fear but desire as well
perfect love is like the ear
like the slipper shell
it receives
holds gently
open cup and sheltering space
this is what
i want to be
when i am being with you

 
~ miaokuancha

20 septembre, 2014

“ 坤倫 ”





 
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    坤倫

    kun lun

    on receptiveness

     

    i don’t want to just sit there enjoying
    your presence

    the sight of your face

    the sound of your voice

    the way you make the air in my lungs
    vibrate

    *

    i want to listen to you
    really listen

    and hear

    i want to hear you

    i want to still
    this monkey mind of mine
    quell the urges
    to give
    to gift

    let even
    support and
    affirmation
    be silenced

    so that i can hear

    you

    let you pour into
    my stillness

    as sound
    pours into silence

    let me be empty
    enough to receive

    everything

    to hear

    everything

    *

    desire

    sucks and pushes
    is deaf and blind

    perfect love
    casts out
    not just fear
    but desire as well

    perfect love
    is like the ear

    like the slipper shell

    it receives

    holds gently

    open cup
    and sheltering space

    this is what

    i want to be

    when i am being with you

     

    ~ miaokuancha

    20 septembre, 2014

    “ 坤倫 ”

     

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    malformalady:

'Marumo' balls washed up on a Sydney Beach. The balls are thought to be an extremely rare species of filamentous green algae. The living organisms are known in Japan as 'Marumo' and Cladophora ball or Lake ball in English, and are sometimes found in freshwater lakes in the Northern Hemisphere. ‘Aegagropilious’ describes the habit of free living algae (algae not attached to rocks) forming into balls. Floating algae balls are thought to be brought ashore by warmer weather and the rough wave conditions.

*
They look like the little black ball things in “My Neighbor, Totoro.”
Except they’re green.

    malformalady:

    'Marumo' balls washed up on a Sydney Beach. The balls are thought to be an extremely rare species of filamentous green algae. The living organisms are known in Japan as 'Marumo' and Cladophora ball or Lake ball in English, and are sometimes found in freshwater lakes in the Northern Hemisphere. ‘Aegagropilious’ describes the habit of free living algae (algae not attached to rocks) forming into balls. Floating algae balls are thought to be brought ashore by warmer weather and the rough wave conditions.

    *

    They look like the little black ball things in “My Neighbor, Totoro.”

    Except they’re green.