impermanence

dazzling…

10 Responses to “impermanence”

  1. on the thirteenth week,
    the ninety-first day,
    the dragonfly that stayed
    for a quarter of an hour, dazzling
    the children, resting on Father’s
    arm, dancing into his
    palm, waiting for Mother’s
    gaze, was you, returned to
    us but for a moment, lest
    we forget to value each
    other, impermanent
    as morning’s dew
    .
    20100519:2112
    y

  2. […] on the thirteenth week, the ninety-first day, the dragonfly that stayed for a quarter of an hour, dazzling the children, resting on Father’s arm, dancing into his palm, waiting for Mother’s gaze, was […]

  3. Beautiful reminder to be mindful in all we do.

  4. Such loveliness. Beautiful! 🙂

  5. I love the clarity! Those few beads of dew…so beautiful and delicate, and fleeting…

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