5.07.2008

it's time... for what?

We went into the woods last week - finally without snow, and
found this pear form clinging, dependent upon the curved
pine to survive winter.



It is time! The time when those hibernated ideas climb out

and insist upon being heard. The time when I get this Spring

urgency for action, passed down from generations of farmers.

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Time for our kids to explore the new growth. Time for me

to say good bye to these pears and grow new ones.

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Time to let go.

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For you, what is it time for?

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1 comment:

tii be said...

It is also time for me to collaborate with others... a new territory with my artwork. Now that I have an intern for the summer, as well as a poet, jazz musician, and videographer that are willing to create a short film, it must be time for collaboration.