Felt the Nudge of Intuition and Looked On To Find Some Great Discoveries in My Life

This is a photo of the Italian composer Boccherini and part of my Chamber Classical Music Playlist and Music for May. I was delighted to see we share a birthday on February 19! But his is 1743. I loved his chamber music (music for a small room) like his flute quintets, and that is a…… Continue reading Felt the Nudge of Intuition and Looked On To Find Some Great Discoveries in My Life

A Blush for the Dawn to Match A Poem Later On

A blush in the sky through the pines… my poem comes to mind…I let this dawn blush and the feeling of my poem without reading it now, touch my face softly as if with delicate fingers… the paper’s folded ‘til later on…The moon’s in Pisces now and I smile because this time, even if almost,…… Continue reading A Blush for the Dawn to Match A Poem Later On

You May Now Have a Strawberry and Hand-Picked Poetry

6:32 pm: Tuesday’s note actually appears There it is, the strawberry I’d offered you that is now ripe and ready to eat; the plants are safely secured, not swinging in a possible storm, and it happens to have two other surprise strawberries with it to ripen later—Here, enjoy it! And this is my review I’d…… Continue reading You May Now Have a Strawberry and Hand-Picked Poetry

The First Blush of Dawn

I woke and opened my eyes to see this blush of dawn today and smiled warmly. And then the sun and sky through the pines before early morning tea. I started writing notes on posts to come early last week sometimes related to the current moon sign for some added interest. I’d also picked up…… Continue reading The First Blush of Dawn

A Sea-Air Song for the Morning

Both cups are for me. I like these cute little cups at times with about this amount of tea. I am much closer now to the end of the epic poem The Faery Queene (Book I) by Edmund Spenser and wrote something a very different sort of epic myself in yesterday’s post ‘Pop Music Face-Off.’…… Continue reading A Sea-Air Song for the Morning

‘What’s Closest to The Heart Comes Out, You’ll Hear It’

As a poet and artist and someone who hasn’t been very musically talented herself (and very embarrassingly so), I’ve found a deep appreciation for Irish Celtic music for many years, letting it pour into me as I listen and sometimes it may find its subtle way into my own art. I especially like songs with…… Continue reading ‘What’s Closest to The Heart Comes Out, You’ll Hear It’

Good Morning, As If Still With The Sea Wind

A photo of mine taken last night at Nantasket beach, MA I woke with almost-curls in my hair from the breeze of the sea smoothed in sleep and I am calm and wild in one. There was music on the beach again, some lyrics like ‘Is she a Capricorn? Maybe she’s a Virgo…’ I thought…… Continue reading Good Morning, As If Still With The Sea Wind

Sleep Blogging?, Sleep Talking, And A Writing Prompt For You

Got these two books at the free library cabinet. I had brought two to give, they fit, and there were exactly two I wanted. The one on top is a novel I’d added “to read” in the morning before I had gotten there and had seen it at the cabinet. I had seen a friend…… Continue reading Sleep Blogging?, Sleep Talking, And A Writing Prompt For You

How The Sky Was Seen Then And The Sky Now

The first post today was “More Fairy Adventures.”I’m not actually going to throw this book out the window. But I will tell you about it. :)I have finished reading The Sky Atlas by Edward Brooke-Hitching, which is an overview of sky thoughts and observations beginning a bit prehistorically and mostly focusing on written records of astronomy starting…… Continue reading How The Sky Was Seen Then And The Sky Now

February Poets From Different Times

I noticed my hair looked a kind of way after I put it up so I thought hm, an old fashioned look, I think some past poets wore their hair like this. And then I thought, “Maybe Edna, let me check.”She has some certain way of putting her hair up, but similar idea.Edna St. Vincent…… Continue reading February Poets From Different Times

Beginnings With Long Ago Cereal and Yoga

I have always loved cereal. I bought Frosted Mini Wheats as a birthday treat to have for breakfast today. And then I decided to do some yoga dance.Yoga Dance (choose highest quality)It is the first day of Pisces season.I will read poems today, as many as I can, until my mind is happily filled to the top,…… Continue reading Beginnings With Long Ago Cereal and Yoga

Pisces

I arranged this bouquet of flowers in this copper vase and one day I vacuumed it up by accident and the broken stems gave it a more realistic look that I liked better.The moon moves into Pisces.It cannot be seen as it is just new.Music for the moonThe Midnight – Deep Blue

Pisces Sun, Cancer Moon

Aww, Peeko was smiling at me. :)Practicing yoga while pretending to be a snow fairy.Sun: PiscesMoon: CancerVenus: PiscesThe horoscope I wrote for myself :)You will be a great mess of emotion that some people will crush into little paint and glittery pieces to make DIY projects for their house of which they will be exceedingly…… Continue reading Pisces Sun, Cancer Moon

Earth And Water

 Akaal by Ajeet Kaur (feat. Trevor Hall)An uplifting, meditative song including the singer from the previous post, Ajeet Kaur with a pleasant blend of genres and languages.Grass. Soil. Trees. Flowers. Mountains. Streams. Rivers. The Ocean. Lakes. Rain. Pisces. Scorpio. Cancer.Capricorn. Taurus. Virgo.*Courage isn’t the vanquishment or absence of anxiety, but the knowledge that something greater than fear…… Continue reading Earth And Water