He: scuffing a forlorn boot on wasteland gravel She: waiting by the river for Lothlorien Prince We: waiting for hope to prove worthy not traitorous (After pasting in the above cornfields painting for this haiku on a whim, another arose now published as #6.)
Article 24 Masculine and Feminine Take One (edited from initial July 21st version) As contemplated and systematized extensively in the Chinese yin-yang theory tradition, it seems we live in a world that always has two sides. In Buddhist philosophical jargon these are called ‘form’ and ‘formless.’ There are many other such pairs such as: masculineContinue reading “Masculine and Feminine, Take One”
Woman’s hair is:
an atmospheric matrix of infinitely interdependent particulars.