• Jaya Julienne Ashmore

Small but mind-blowing

Weird and wonderful life. Just for fun...two different versions of small things being mind-blowing. Here is a poem I wrote in 2008 on an unexpected silent moment on the last morning of a retreat in the mountains near Madrid. Also here: images of the inside of a eukaryotic cell, a cell just like the trillions that make up each one of our bodies.

Images from the work of Evan Ingersoll and Gael McGill with http://digizyme.com/cst_landscapes.html Sierra de Gredos, 3 May, 2008 ~Jaya Ashmore

This morning I went out in the blue-black to beat the forgotten wake-up gong.

The white wake of a tiny, early airplane (invisible, gone) unzipped heaven all the way down to the curl of moon about to set

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