Category Archives: Thresholds

Winter Solstice

Leaning into Winter’s gate, night overcomes our day.  The intimacies of light which we huddle around, can burn in three degrees, but in crossing the threshold we turn inside out and lift the Capricorn sun back home to our zenith.  … Continue reading

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Jeremy’s Garden

Tended by a devotional heart              Your tender-strong hands Wrestle beauty from The blistered earth A Joseph lifted from The deep well of knowing Set dancing as leaf and pedal Pollen-drift and broken stone Hear … Continue reading

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Chosen Arrow

While losses to our orbits of family and friends seem to shrink our world of known relations, sometimes it can open us to the creative universe of the unknown.  Our town bears the recent loss of a beloved friend, a … Continue reading

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Autumn’s Crossing

Summer’s spell is nearly broken, as the northern earth gives up another sun. Golden Rod bids a silent farewell, while our overturned shadows trace the polar paths of winter. The Horned Owl is already making plans with the full moon, … Continue reading

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The Threshold Moon

The drawn bow opens a threshold held between left hand and right; where potential trembles, an arrow rests.  Can the archer hold the patient ground as the tension ripens to that undivided moment of surrender?  Will he loose himself into … Continue reading

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