Tuesday, March 20, 2007


She could not stop staring at
into the otherness of nature, and see ourselves.
believed in the magical side of nature, dabbled in al-
chemy and mysteries, and was constantly experimenting with
magnets that would produce family harmony, or universal
salves, or celestial water

Just because you can't see things, doesn't mean they don't exist. The fair maid believes in things that aren't always seen. Sometimes there are powerful hidden forces, alchemy and mysteries, that are best left unexplained. The fair maid peers into the bog, looking for a harmonious experience with nature.

1 comment:

Mick said...

I must say that I'm also grateful for the italicized insights below each piece.