Monthly Archives: September 2012


twisted joints, and …a slightly withered, …….pink, flushed complexion… …………how quickly youth departs

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full bloom

Past youth, but at your prime; birds and bees revel in your outstretched limbs madly taking what they can before it’s gone. Your last defiant hurrah to the heavens.

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let’s party!

Braving the chill wind, you refuse to leave. …Like noisy school girls ……you madly jostle to get your faces in the lens; ………partying like there’s no tomorrow.

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clouds of blossom

festooned with clouds of blossom …vapour petals dot the blue expanse above ……echoes of infectious enthusiasm

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Half dressed in palest pink

once again you don your pearls, now also strung with beads of jade half dressed in palest pink you stand exposed to all who hurry past few hesitate to see you blush, as bully clouds crowd round you shiver in your fine attire; the sparkle from … Continue reading

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grandma’s cherry blossom tree

heavy with memories you stand naked on a winter’s morn dark sodden limbs patched with pale green lichen your riot of twigs proudly strung with translucent pearls glistening in the silvery light

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Anne Norman – shakuhachi 尺八 Sanshi – didgeridoo; Reo Matsumoto – voice percussion For info on Breath, please visit our webpage: Ocean Breath is available for listening and download here:

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