there is just us
or do we float together?
economy in art leads to beautry! who said something along these lines?
why dive? why not float? the knot that bonds, roses and sunflowers as one parachute?
Love the roses & sunflowers as a parachute. Although roses are gorgeous, this particular lady prefers sunflowers to them–they are so bold (& my resident hummingbirds love them).
I would love to see this sensibility spread farther. . . .
And by that I mean, I’d like more people to understand and take to heart what you are saying here.
Thank you Jeremy! Enough that some do–for that I am blessed 🙂
ahhh–even better–I went with fly originally, but thought perhaps I was overusing, and dive gave the suggestion of control–float works beautifully here–Noel, you are a genius!
Henry James said that–but he was quite long-winded, if I recall 🙂
Wow, let’s hope we change direction!
A roofer told me once he wasn’t afraid of the fall–it was the sudden stop that would kill someone 🙂
That would do it. I’ve never fallen off a roof. I’ve lost a few fingernails, sliced my hand open, fallen off a deck, and put my foot through a ceiling, but never fallen off a roof.
May it stay that way.
I hope it does 🙂
It’s all a matter of perspective, isn’t it? This struck me as philosophical. And funny – for me it recalled Douglas Adams’ take on flying: falling, but not hitting the ground.
🙂 Yes, it is. Glad it made you smile!
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