flow.

Standard

even beneath

the layers of snow and ice

the remnants of winter

 not yet spring

the river emerges

 never ceasing to flow. 

“be like a river. be open. flow.

-julie connor

 

 

argo park, huron river, ann arbor, mi, usa – february 2020

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  1. in a strange coincidence, I just finished reading Siddhartha. Perhaps it was our recent visit to Thailand that motivated me to read a book I read nearly 50 years ago as a high school student. I didn’t really know what the message was back then, and I’m not sure I do now, but I got much more out of this time. The reason I bring all this up is that the river is such a big part of the book, and makes me want to live near one…

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