buoyancy (lost)

Inspired by the phrase 'The sniff of green leaves and dry leaves, and of the shore' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project I walk onwater take even pacesoutaway from the beach stand in small swellno dampon my feet run a mile chase … Continue reading buoyancy (lost)

time and hands (in the river)

Inspired by the phrase 'And time for all the works and days of hands ' taken from 'The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock' by T. S. Eliot.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project sayto the riverthere is time say to the breezesthere is time say it to the skyshout ittoward heaven for … Continue reading time and hands (in the river)

the need to test (for life)

Inspired by the phrase 'the pass-ing of blood and air through my lungs' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project the feeling of lifethat comeswith the first raysof the sun when I wake upto the day the passing cool of airfilling up my … Continue reading the need to test (for life)

well done (the day)

Inspired by the phrase 'Rubbing its back upon the window-panes' taken from 'The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock' by T. S. Eliot.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project it is a dayfilled with lightfromfirst dawn all through its hoursno cloudno doubt and in the afternooncoming onto evening it rubs its back job … Continue reading well done (the day)

which way (sustained)

Inspired by the phrase 'love-root, silk-thread, crotch and vine' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project I approachwith ultimatetrepidation ultimate desire... silken threads runfrom meto . . ....to . . ....whatI wonder...where...down which forkwill I be drawn from deathfeeling my waytowardlife toward light … Continue reading which way (sustained)

as much as is needed

Inspired by the phrase 'And indeed there will be time' taken from 'The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock' by T. S. Eliot.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project though the lightis moreof eveningthan the harsher huesof middaystillit remains still Ican see and thoughthe darknessis less a strangerthan once it waswellthat’s nothing not … Continue reading as much as is needed

better because

Inspired by the phrase 'My respiration and inspiration, the beating of my heart' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project into eachof my contemplationsI placemy heart the beating of my heart to enter thoughtrequiresthe whole of me or so I believe soI believe … Continue reading better because