Goddess … a magical sky

Moon

I have been in the dark
The sliver of light to be
Pulling the oceans below
Turning so soft to see

A life of waxing is long
Though the waning is gone
My heart will be full
My path continues on

A boy was I in the dark
A man to be
In the next degree
Till is grown a matriarch

The girl I met was she
Now I know why she cried
Waiting for me to be
Truth that never lied

A  woman she has become
Light is waxing smooth
Knew I found the one
My full goddess which I swoon

In this fullness of our moon
Turning together to reveal

I am her, and she is I
A god with his goddess

A magical sky

Moon

— Erik S. Lehman

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Lovers Sail

 Lovers meet
Like ~ clouds
Colliding
To Be

 Drifting together
~ A journey free ~

 Even if split into two
Part of them
Is still you
Evaporation
To dew
Love continues
Sailing the blue
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A Question at Sunset

The sunset drew his gaze over a mountainous landscape as he stood atop the world, just below the whispering clouds. He pulled in a sweet breath of wilderness. Then the question came to mind once again: Could life actually be too beautiful for words? A question, engulfed in the vibrant colors of autumn brilliance. It seemed to him, some otherworldly artist had already accomplished the only method of expression possible, with a color-rich palette and paintbrush. Nevertheless, he picked up his journal, contemplated life for a moment, and wrote: So many leaves have fallen on my life. Some settled nicely to rest; but most fell, withered to bitter cold, and drifted on. But, after all that, I would brave all the coldness of humanity again, for the sight of a few more beautiful yellow leaves falling on Aspen, and the birds. I will miss you, my angel … I will be waiting for you….

–Erik S. Lehman

Soul of a boy … Eyes of a man

I remember who I was as a child. Now I ask myself, Where did he go? Contemplation in silence has occupied the last three meditative days. I sat in the lush forest … amid whispers of wind, and wondered when I went astray. The child was wise with nature. He didn’t ask for answers, only found them while wandering landscapes. This child was not a child, only a young being marveling over the breath of nature, using his innate ability to see art not only in the typical forested settings, but also on everyday streets … where emotions of life can be witnessed on the faces of others; or how light writes a moment of time on a cityscape. See, in my mind then, I was a photographer, while friends were firemen and such boyhood dreams. I had my camera, given to me by an elder man who had answered my question of “What do I do with this?” with an all-knowing, little grin, from which came his reply of “You’ll see, boy. You will see.” Time has revealed the boy in me once again. Therefore, upon realizing that my life of dilettantism is coming into focus, I am content to settle on one, and answer the dreams of the boy no longer dormant inside: I was once a photographer in mind. Now is the time to be one in soul. My life has shifted that I may finesse the fleeting moments of light. My black-and-white purpose beckons to be fulfilled. Everything but study is put aside. Silence has become my friend once again. I will write with my lens, telling a story without my pen. The boy wanted to be an outstanding photographer. I am that boy … now reminded of a quote to live by: “Beautiful things don’t ask for attention.” And now I understand the words of the elder man. Yes, sir. I see. And one day they will see … black-and-white art from the soul of a boy, through the eyes of a man. One day.
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Anesthetized

As she stood there in silence, filling his eyes, he felt nothing—all pain that ever was … gone … anesthetized by the ambrosia of her scent.

I’d rather fly :)

Growing up is harder than learning to fly;
One needs truth,
but the other only requires fairy dust.

–Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams

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If the choice is mine, I’d rather fly,
and I’ve a satchel full of dust 🙂
An tíre Aonach; mo theaghlach

Art is You … and beauty weeps with joy

Art is used to express feelings, to put your, the artist’s, world into some kind of order. Peace is sought by imagination. Your craft is the ethereal blood of Self communicating with self in a recognizable language to infuse a message unto the physical plane. Heed the voice … and Self will smile on your life as you journey shoulder-to-shoulder down the lush path of living art, weaving your colorful existence together in an intricate design of beauty that enriches the world with the very essence of You. The heart sighs; the smile is serene … and beauty weeps with joy.