Place

“Rootrill” I hope that you will forgive me for posting an eleven minute song in the twenty first century.  Mostly, I hope that you enjoy it.

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arc contain glow

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seen through scene

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bois d arc meteorite

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slanting even evening light

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ancient bone star dust

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deere ghost sheep goat add straw and mix well

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cross turn

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years unfurl in the eternal present

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young hands dextrous

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core sample of stored solar energy

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made vacant for gold

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quince roots herbs leg

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reamed tapered tapped turned twisted sunk fitted formed around

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concentrate earth line essence

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absorb the sun and use it for life

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pull transfer motion

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dividing even unto cambium and xylem

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layers and layers

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learn purpose practicing discipline

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stop motion

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frozen movement osage root as it once reached

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three forms of light

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hand in hand you who once swayed

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ancient releasing story

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the turning of light upon the solar bank countless voices scratch and turn

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golden hands once full wait for wisdom

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new moon forest window

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tall down cut stack turn stack down

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erth-maker here we bend here we grow

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establish converge into order dust scratcher

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welcome the new bird and fare thee well

7 Comments on “Place

  1. Discipline upon discipline
    Wager upon wager
    Inhopes of progression
    It is Story

  2. beautiful images Jack – terrific way to start the week, I’ll certainly share this – much appreciated .
    Kyle.

  3. What an incredible post! So much life in these photographs, my friend. This one really blew my mind, perhaps because there is just so much in it. I love seeing Obie working. Is that a new set for a puppet play? You life is full! I am really impressed with how simple and inventive so much of your photography is. For instance, the close up of the dust off the bowl “ancient bone star dust” or the light off the roof with the sliver / corner of sky. Simple, beautiful images, but hard to capture and even harder to seek out and find in the first place! I guess the word effective is better than simple. Not simple, like easy. Simple as in just the straightforward essence of the thing- just enough to reveal what the subject is.

  4. Thank you for this most beautiful post, a east of poetry and images. I love that photograph of you, hunched and absorbed over the wood. And the one of the puppet, and the interlocking branches of the puppet woodland. Glorious.

    I wish you and your family health, peace of mind and plenty throughout 2015.

    • Thank You, Clive. I am grateful for your comment and your blessings for our new year.

      I have been thinking of you often as I’ve been working on the puppet theater lately. I need to send you some fresh images.

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