The Redolence of Heat

Painting by West Fraser

I am grateful to the first thing I notice on this day:

To the hot pink sky before sunrise that only deep summer produces. To the succulent green foliage in the land. – The colours of the heart chakra.

To the perception of slow motion that the heat induces, that time is expanded and abundant. That there is no pressure at all, but enough time and enough of everything to unfold the inner blue print – like a flower, a vegetable, a tree does.

Even the few vocal birds sing slowly this morning..

NJ

29 July 2015

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