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Scorpio Full Moon, May 2020

Black-faced ibis “’Where there is sorrow,’ wrote Oscar Wilde, 'there is holy ground.'...  [grief] enables us to walk in this world with its realities of life and death, how it shakes us and breaks us open to depths of soul we could not imagine. Grief offers…

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Black Swan at Salmon Creek, Shelter in Poems

Photograph by Paul Downs, Salmon Creek, 2020 This Black Swan (native to Southern Australia) has been seen along Salmon Creek trail. May you find shelter in winged ones and poems, needed medicine for our spirits. The Academy of American Poets has a…

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Unexpected Snow

In the stillness of the quiet, if we listen, we can hear the whisper of the heart giving strength to weakness, courage to fear, hope to despair. …

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Leap Day, 2020

Un Río, Muchas Voces One River, Many Voices,  Clark County confluence: “The Columbia River is the fourth largest river in the continental United States. Seven hundred seventy-one (771) of its 1,243 miles flow through the State of Washington, descending south from the Canadian Rockies and eventually turning westward…

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Imbolc 2020

Imbolc is the halfway point between Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox. With heavy rain in the Pacific Northwest, and heavy sorrow in the world, we turn to the beauty of the Trilliums and Snowdrops emerging through the rain-soaked earth, the Varied Thrush reminding us it still may snow, and…

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Winter Solstice 2019

Trumpeter Swans (photo courtesy of Holly Kuchera) Que la paz y belleza de la estación brille, brille en tu corazon.     This Winter there is much turmoil and sorrow in the world, and much beauty, lovingkindness and joy.   …

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Scorpio New Moon, Samhain, Mercury Rx 2019

This New Moon in Scorpio turns the wheel of the year to Samhain,  a liminal time of listening to the autumnal migration: Dusky Geese, Trumpeter Swans, and Sandhill Cranes overhead with yellow, orange, topaz, and gold leaves twirling to the ground while rain, wind, and…

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Autumn Equinox, 2019

Every day the deer come to visit, and enjoy some bird seed…. "Black-capped Chickadee, Evening Grosbeak, Black-tailed Deer return more frequently…She is worried about the refugees and immigrants…" “Before the Sun Rises” –Gwendolyn Morgan© On Sunday, October 20th Refugee & Migrant Rights Fundraiser:  A reading…

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