Theme for March: Vastness
Saturday, March 6, 2021
Delycia and I are loving our sunrise walks, especially along the majestic Mystic River. With the sun just faintly unfolding its light, we walk in a loose and lively way, usually in silence to best absorb the beauties of the scene, but sometimes using quiet conversations to share our early-morning thoughts. Above are some of the splendor of Thursday morning’s sunrise, and two appreciative sunlit witnesses.
This morning, we were out early once again, and sometimes walked side-by-side with two long, looming shadows made by the rising sun.
This thin sheet of ice showed surprising designs, which the early light lit up in a special way.
Here’s a map of our walk through the Denison Pequotsepos Preserve:
AT SUNRISE At sunrise, he opened a word and light leaped out across his hands, He opened another at breakfast and somewhere a chorus started singing. He placed some words in a pot and stirred, and saw sophisticated sunshine. Then words ran through him like crazy kids loving all kinds of things.