243 (g) The Museum, Lunch, The Park, and The Garden (for 4.17)

Just Karma 243 four Elfje
The Museum, Lunch, The Park, and The Garden
1
Galleries
Galore: ancient,
Old, and modern
Displayed In maze of
Rooms
2
Nepalese
And Indian
Food buffet in
Just blocks from the
Museum
3
Greenspace
Center city
Lady flies a frog
Kite
4
Steps
And statuary
Some abstract others
More identifiable; there ‘Sitting
girl…’

©JP/dh

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BE31 October 2016 wp

BE31: A Part or Apart

We all wonder during slow times,
Or at least I know I do… if I have done enough –
Those who are close can let us know by allowing us in their life.
And that… is, could be, should be… enough –
Yet for those who are further, the distance is like a maze;
Each twist and turn takes us further – and our efforts seem, not enough –
How whole can we be when our reach, our grasp, our hopes
Seem like never enough?

remembering that
an unbroken circle ‘is’
has to be ‘enough’

©JP/dh

Wholeness

We are all connected in the unbroken circle of life.

The Breathe Easy Deck by Amy Zerner and Monte Farber (in no particular order)

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9.26 …before the harvest

9.26 …before the harvest…
This is one of those pieces that will look better on my ‘B’ site.
But hopefully you will still get the sense of ‘play’.
http://chevrefeuillescarpediem.blogspot.com/2014/09/carpe-diem-569-corn.html

CD-569-corn

in these parts; play time [ __
[ ____________
] time to get lost in a maize maze [ ___
]_____before the harvest

©JP/davh

http://www.cherrycrestfarm.com/Activities/The-Corn-Maze/
Just one of many places. Go to the bottom of the page to see some actual corn mazes.
Maize:
Locally understood to denote the leading crop of a district. Restricted to the indigenous “maize” in America (c.1600, originally Indian corn, but the adjective was dropped), usually wheat in England, oats in Scotland and Ireland, while Korn means “rye” in parts of Germany. Maize was introduced to China by 1550, it thrived where rice did not grow well and was a significant factor in the 18th century population boom there.Cornflakes first recorded 1907. Corned beef so called for the “corns” or grains of salt with which it is preserved; from verb corn “to salt” (1560s).

harvest moon
a bulging corn crib
releases it

© Jane Reichhold

lost in the corn fields
I look at autumn’s sky and listen,
a Skylark’s song

© Chèvrefeuille