on the beach
walking on water
Agates for each.
Each other free.
Free each other
friend and friend.
together we reach.
laughing on beach.
Magdalena Wind Walker so rare with the ocean breeze blowing like spirit through her hair.
Not a care. Cool mist staring at the sunset dawning.
another version video of the same song…I don’t know which video I like more. I REALLY like the MUSIC, but couldn’t find it without a video. I think the above video is the one that the artist Marc Aurel made to go with it. Let me know what you think!!! (of my poem above OR the song).
The threefold calling of the bird on the wing
Thought flowing portal in the air and the sod
Feeding the mind from the soil of god
In between atoms and outside matter
Being indivisible; we didn’t climb it but jumped the ladder
Six sided face seeing all,
What is wild; there is no wall.
Garden of thoughts is flowing flowers,
Blue sparks dropping from Forget-Me-Nots in showers
Painting with letters on automatic pilot
All the plants and cats watching keeping silent
Adding encouragement and nodding consent,
Not paying a mind to where one went
It rides it goes it keeps on blowing
Life of aliveness light keeps showing
Not waiting but riding the waves on a whale in transit
360 degree vision leaves nothing to chance,
Sit, watching horizon records, repeating the painting like wobbling viral
Popping the waves seeing rain, sun, snow, and winding mist spirals
Out in middle of space lined tribal infinity sourced matter brewing, flowing
Eyes thinking reflecting floating down the river, rowing, renewing, rowing
Nowhere because the changes and the flow as it were
Transpose soul in concrete signs that make sense for sure.
So I can only say I love you and walk
With you wherever we go and talk
Walking on air between two valleys
When I was eight, I had a pony named Sally.
Mirror Mirror of my soul,
Clearer, clearer becomes my goal.
Winter gone daylight nearer,
mentor on, favorite dearer.
Old close glances, ever new feelings,
filling those chances, most to ceilings.
reeling from drunkenness of your emotions,
stealing the funk-ness from your spirits oceans.
Your twin soul kisses are sweeter than honey
thin old misses are neater when it’s sunny.
forty nine million five hundred and ten,
you are the ONE from way back when,
atoms were spinning and forming a worn heart,
madams are thinning, sand storming, some born, start.
Soul-mate fate, flowering forever.
Your thoughts are my dreams, bound by heather.
Mirror Mirror do not fall
I do forever hear your call.
All your beauty grows year after year,
I know you are of my soul mirror mirror.
moving on is a nature way
to continue your life towards the day
where you will look back happily
everything is as was, maybe a tree, to be
billions of others have walked the same path
emotions emotions talked away into math
unique you, no ones exactly the same
but we still are all like the drops of rain
no one went anywhere, they’re mostly around
waiting for stuff, like hearing your sound….
all will see each other again
sometimes even a one time friend
look out for number one because no one else will, silly
picnics at the beach are funner in the sun, have some fun really
you will have friends and take care of others
you will always love your sisters and brothers
nothing has to make any sense all the time
just keep the faith, you will always see signs
and one true thing to keep in your mind
is that God/Spirit always listens, you will find…
let people bring you up, not bring you down
no sad face in a small town
smile smile at the pigeon’s walking
or for awhile someone interesting talking
I see you swimming through clouds so lightly
when you were 10 you tried so mightily
see me walking on water on the beach
when I was 10 I ate a peach.
Every little wildaway place is a flower garden,
being here and there, none of us need to beg a pardon…..
The people, the plants, and the morning dew….
We all have the same thoughts:
“So/Souyi ZhaoshangHao/GoodMorning Haopengyou/GoodFriend…Zenmeyang/What is new?”
..as we sip our coffee and make our tea.
You and me.
Take a walk on the styled side
Stake a talk near a mild tide,
By the ocean, by the sea
With the wind in our hair, feeling so free
Just me and you,
breathe breathe the happy salt air city smiling
leave leave the sappy faults of minor cares wiling
2 sound souls in a earth wheel box,
Watching the waves and the horizon, laying on the rocks
The spray of the surf smells like life, feeling of nirvana stays,
I rather be with Xuruo for the rest of my days.
Inspire you to start a backyard garden? What’s your garden like? Photos of my Micro Farm and the Z Cat Squad Pest Patrol(ok it’s just my vegetable garden but my cousin the professional gardener says “your garden is not normal” Woohoo! I (we, me and Z Cat Squad) take that as a compliment!!!
Photos are below the words.
Have a look around as I share my garden with you. I am growing enough to feed myself and a couple others and then freeze the rest so I can eat well in the winter and save money. We are in mid-season right now, at August 1, 2012, and I planted everything from seed, no starters, on the week of May 12th. From May 12th through about July 15th, I was busy for an average of 5 hours per day, every day, either weeding, or building the trellis and fence structures. This was done in tandem with the sprouting and growing of the plants-as I got the weeds down in one section, up they came somewhere else and meanwhile as the little melon plants got so high, I had to build small supports, then over to the tomatoes, back to the cucumbers, and so on. Hence the five hours per day. I built the supporting structures all out of reclaimed wood that I scavenged from construction sites, and from a fence maker who made a big pile of unusable fence boards for me. They are totally usable for my funky trellis’ and melon fences.
The structures were/are being built right along with the plants growth-if the plant goes higher then I add more structures. But at six feet, I level off and start them going sideways, over the top of other plants not so high like the eggplants.
Lots of fun. Lots of work but worth it. I really feel like a small scale farmer. An urban farmer. It is my first garden and I did not seek out any advice anywhere, I just winged it, I am satisfied with how things have developed. Even though I did not seek any help or advice, I did listen to some gardener radio shows, and looked on the internet about ‘trellis’’. But I did not do anything that the radio show said to do, I did not plant or space things according to what the packages said, I did not ‘thin out’ anything, and I built all the trellis and fences in my own fashion, not following anyone.
In the photos, you will see melons, but not squash or beans or red tomatoes. Melons are just about half grown, tomatoes not red yet (but I guess there are more than 3,000 tomatoes on these plants ripening). I have been picking the squashes and eating them and giving them away everyday, same with the cucumbers. Yada yada.
To start with I planted more than 1000 seeds.
What’s in there now? What’s came up?
83 Sakata Melon plants
97 Bidwell Casaba Melon plants
46 Muskmelon Cantaloupe plants
35 regular Cantaloupe plants
130 Sugar Baby Watermelon plants
63 Regular old big watermelon plants
169 Tomato plants, of five different varieties and size
57 Chinese Eggplant plants
36 Zucchini Squash plants
31 Acorn Squash plants
27 Yellow Summer Squash plants
120 of two different kinds of green beans
35 Black Bean plants
29 Lima Bean plants
25 Red Onions
35 Potatoe plants
And 1 Chinese Forget Me Not flowering plant in the middle for good luck!
Almost everything came up, all started from seed.
I WATER AT MIDNIGHT EVERY NIGHT for varying intervals, some long, some short.
I used a 40 year old roto-tiller that I ‘found’ somewhere and rebuilt, and I wrap a stereo speaker cord around the pull start mechanism to start it. Works great!!!
The last 3 things are totally against what the experts say, I have found out, but maybe luck is in this garden. Hey, be a pioneer!
This is an ORGANIC garden, built with reclaimed wood for structures, using organic seeds from small suppliers.
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