dandelion cotton fields

Lately, I’ve been feeling very soft…

Very soft indeed…


And even though I am always reaching for the light to shine through my thin skin…

I find I’ve been tip-toeing back through the diffused spaces…(they feel safer)…

And making cotton balls out of blossomed branches…(just in case)…

It’s not that I’m afraid of the heights…or the sun…or the pink, pink moon….

It’s just that the sky is SO BLUE up here…

And the rule of three surprised me once again…

So, if I’m not worrying about the next rainy day I’m not sure just what to do with myself…

I suppose, I could embrace this joyful kind of happy that’s taken root in my heart…

And let the dandelions catch me, should I  fall…

Posted in bits and pieces, life, living art, love, singing songs
4 comments on “dandelion cotton fields
  1. Grace says:

    so beautiful…I could totally feel the openness and “softness” in this post, as if there wasn’t a wall or a “guard up” to be found. The tenderness of it and the pictures pierced my heart.

  2. Sue Gilmore says:

    Just dropping by to wave at an old friend. *smiles*

  3. KT says:

    Oooooh, the pink moon is Friday… :D Which is, coincidentally, Mom & Babe Day!

  4. Anjolie says:

    Gosh, it’s been a year again already? <3

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