Tag Archives: Art

Carbon

We watch the night sky, safe under its lights, reading a language of the night. Our hands fumble, circle as if in orbit, landing inside each other’s magnetic field.  We whisper to one another in a planet’s dialect, built by a … Continue reading

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Weathered Waves Of Grain — Elan Mudrow Photography

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

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Pulling Parts

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

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Hi — Elan Mudrow Photography

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

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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 … Continue reading

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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

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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 … Continue reading

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