Wednesday, January 11, 2012


When we bend and cause to break a twig, a branch, a petal, we unknowingly cause mortification. We stop the flow of nutrients and vital DNA variants to the life-support system. Think or talk about what we assume to be omniscience of life; as we take all forms of life for granted as permanent, are they not transient and incredibly fragile.

Charu wrote:
Yes, indeed. Plus a break in order destroys the splendor of "Dreamy" and advances the hideousness of "Severance".

It is perhaps not coincidental that both are posted sequentially. 

Anonymous wrote:

Although the photograph depicts a 'natural' phenomenon, it serves as a reminder of the inevitability of abrupt, often violent ruptures, when life is guided by 'conscious intelligence' rather than the natural instinct to survive.

Often I wonder
What holds amputated lives 
From splitting asunder.
Does the memory of breakage 
Create a protective crust 
Over the wreckage?

Monday, January 09, 2012


Silent, languorous, waiting.

Charu wrote:
So very delicate. A whisper will disintegrate it.

Anonymous wrote:

...languorous indeed, as if a life stretched out of itself to touch the sublime and chose to freeze in that moment of yearning rather than return to the realm of the ordinary.