Fotos Looking Down on Things

Light Words

Throngs Clamor

My Daughter's Photo of SF's Chinese New Year Parade My Daughter’s Photo of SF’s Chinese New Year Parade

That’s Lotta’s Fountain in the center.

Tea Smoked Duck Tea Smoked Duck For Chinese New Year

img_8785 and Cake

Primary wonder Mount Tam

This Poem came in the mail today Just thought we might need it.

Primary Wonder

Days pass when I forget the mystery.
Problems insoluble and problems offering
their own ignored solutions
jostle for my attention, they crowd its antechamber
along with a host of diversions, my courtiers, wearing
their colored clothes; cap and bells.
And then
once more the quiet mystery
is present to me, the throng’s clamor
recedes: the mystery
that there is anything, anything at all,
let alone cosmos, joy, memory, everything,
rather than void: and that, O Lord,
Creator, Hallowed One, You still,
hour by hour sustain it.
~ Denise Levertov ~
(Selected Poems)

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