“Time travel offends our sense of cause and effect – but maybe the universe doesn’t insist on cause and effect.”– Edward M. Lerner Although our lips have never kissed, I sense their sweet essence bathed in the effervescent atmosphere of the clouded mist
“On the cold cheek of death smiles and roses are blending, And beauty immortal awakes from the tomb.”– James Beattie Time, her only companion as she sits in failing light. Through the open window, a grassy scent of rain’s mist. She breathes in, a…
Open heart’s soul to mine we entwine in mid-air make love as pearl moon and stars blush
“I am liberated back into the fragility of childhood.”– Jim Harrison She was a different sort of child, spending carefree days dancing alone in dappled sunshine red-golden curls bouncing as she sang silly made up songs.
His silhouette slides into the moonlit room, I cannot see his face only a fleeting memory gone too soon of another time and place.
Discovered in the air lilting music on a summer breeze hints of Bach and blues, with prismatic hues of a ripened golden pear, orange, and green.