Hermeneutic and Buddhist Meditations
Chapter Fifteen: Time
Tender parting and elegant flow, a silent passing above the forest floor. Wings raised up to gain favour, and soften the looming perch.
Triggered now, firm thrust and smooth unfolding, fell swoop and talon strike. A mere moment swept away, devoured. Echoed perhaps in a ripple of air, or brief shrug of robust bough.← 107 | 108 →← 108 | 109 →
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