I crawled over the dark ground
planting squash, an owl
over my shoulder, the moon
she throws back her head, stretches
her arms hands, ripple of muscle
skin, the moon
the ground mostly lighted
the flower first, fruit
full & rounded
the softest curve, ripple, moon
the laughter very soft
“I get crazy in the full moon”
—James Keller, from “Four Poems.”
Art: Paul Gauguin.
Nothing, Everything, Anything, Something: If you have nothing, then you have everything, because you have the freedom to do anything, without the fear of losing something.
—Jarod Kintz (via quotes-shape-us)
“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished,” absolutely gorgeous letterpress reminder from Holstee. For the perfect aesthetic-philosophical counterpart, pair with some humility from the oldest living things in the world.