Month: May 2018

Salmon River Spring

Cool kiss from the forest Stirs an inner revival Charged by its music Fresh from the source That drums upon rocks. As if my very bones Were strewn underneath The stream of Orpheus Whose rhythms sink Past thirst, deep within My core, my atomic…

Weathered Waves Of Grain — Elan Mudrow Photography

Every ridge felt. Fort To Sea Trail. March 2018 via Weathered Waves Of Grain — Elan Mudrow Photography

Pulling Parts

“If it were not for our wrecks, the salvage yard would be empty.”      

Hi — Elan Mudrow Photography

Feeling a little Hi. Columbia River Gorge, Cape Horn, December 2017 via Hi — Elan Mudrow Photography

Scapegoat’s Paradox

Holding it in, close, became a strength An essence, a nugget, bloom’s heart Shaped by chinks, cracks, and splits Of a shell you wished was a softer hue.   Relinquished, expelled, produced a body The lucid form of your careful ambiguity From a cold…

Sunskrit — Elan Mudrow Photography

The sun writes a language. The shadows are produced by a wrought iron fence surrounding a water reservoir. You can see the fence in the upper righthand corner. Mt. Tabor, Portland Oregon, May 2018 via Sunskrit — Elan Mudrow Photography

Rewilding

She admires the trees, not knowing how young they are. Gone are the old souls, but she doesn’t know that, the stories she’ll never hear. She takes a leash off her dog, he runs in the clearing, the meadow once there has vanished and…

%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this: