Just because humans are vertical pillars with the seeing bits at the top doesn’t mean the world works from the top down, too. Or from the bottom up, for that matter.
On the plateau, where land, sky and water are flat, that is to say spread out from a line, like leaves, floating, one lives in the sky. One floats here. One barely […]
When spruce, rose and reeds meet on the shore, three different edges merge. Lightning By Any Other Name To the spruce, the edge of the lake is the edge of wet earth. […]
Here’s an Icelandic word that will be useful as we rebuild English as a language of people of the Earth: Læk. It translates into the modern word “lake”… Bowron Lake at Dusk […]
I think we’ve been discussing words long enough (here) to begin using them. Might be fun. Let’s give it a whirl. Blue Bunch Wheatgrass Whirlling, Big Bar Eskers When ore waters to […]
The mountains before the fish get at them. And after. Note the newest ring of fish ripples in the lower centre of the image. Both are the “real” mountains. How […]
Words matter. In fact, words are matter, because they set up the boundaries of human activity. For example, what is this stuff? They Call it Water Hmmph. It’s not water. It’s a stream. […]