The latest walk I have published on Victoria Walks walkingmaps can be found here: https://walkingmaps.com.au/walk/5279
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Hawthorn Heritage Haven
See the latest walk I have published on Victoria Walks walking maps here: https://walkingmaps.com.au/walk/5274
I seek to find the tree where and when I find it I will know it for its role in my life spirit connecting totem white fella dreaming me my original culture kit equipped for consumption and strife for directionless floating missing address of life’s mystery missing where I fit cut from “other” as with a knife finished as animate factotum I seek the key in nature’s remit to open the door of relief to release my soul forgotten I walk the bush incessantly search nature’s bridge exquisite in enduring mortal grief to reveal immortal heart re-woken where entity is true and free where body and soul will sit with cup and bowl I turn new leaf full of love and hoping
Today Sanaa prompts we poets to write in the form of rimas dissolutas. In this form each stanza comprises of lines that end with a rhyme matching the corresponding line in ever other stanza. https://dversepoets.com/2022/01/04/poetics-exploring-the-realm-of-french-literature-first-stop-marseille/
5 Good Things Only #04
1. The Blues Brothers Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. If Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles and The Blues Brothers can’t make you want to shake a tail feather – nothing can. Music makes my day, every day.
2. A fresh celery stick smeared with crunchy peanut butter along its middle. Groovy!
3. Watching seedlings grow in the greenhouse. I had forgotten how fascinating it is to plant a seed, check it regularly, see it emerge and leaf. Such an everyday occurrence and yet so incredible.
4. Taking the time to get informed and then complete a significant survey with objectivity. I am confident the Euroa underpass surpasses the overpass. The Euroa Connect volunteers have done a very professional job of campaigning accordingly.
5. Removing a scourge of our bushland – Blackberries. Here, and in many parts of Australia, there are no constraints on their growth. They can smother vast tracts of indigenous flora. This particular work has been four years in the making. It felt so good to finally start mulching these dead canes. Once this area along the Seven Creeks is revegetated it is going to look its natural self and amazing once again!