Mar 21 2010

no words

no words

only eyes
connecting

lips touching

hands exploring

garments falling

flesh merging

merging

the piano man

caressing

the ivory keys

in the theatre

the music

seeping

into the walls

heavily breathing

(c) kimberly keck 2010


Jul 29 2009

something to think about

“Now in this book there are a lot of stories about talking animals: talking snakes, and birds, and fish; and about people who try to communicate with them.
John Lilly, the guy who says he can talk to dolphins, said he was in an aquarium and he was talking to a big whale who was swimming around and around in his tank.
And the whale kept asking him questions telepathically.
And one of the questions the whale kept asking was:
do all oceans have walls?

Laurie Anderson “John Lilly


Apr 30 2009

…all things are connected…

This we know:
“All things are connected.
Whatever befalls the earth
Befalls the sons of the earth.
Man did not weave the web of life,
He is merely a strand in it.
Whatever he does to the web,
He does to himself.”

All things are connected.

© Chief Seattle [1854]


Mar 28 2009

close and safe

Do you remember when we

were young and growing

wild in the meadow?

Wind blowing through

Our hair.

Butterflies fluttering

About in the air.

We could breathe

smaller breaths then.

And dance around for

hours on end not caring

about what lies ahead.

But being suspended in time

and this place.

An unsullied happiness

and a stolen

moment, that

we put into a jar

to keep close and safe.

© Kimberly Keck