Day 1 First Sound, Two Notes
first sound, two notes
wandering in place
collect round sounds
the water on the wine glass
the marble swirl and slide of the font
the round floor grate
a tactile rush of wind and rhythm
a ghostly tracking
bells in the ceiling
‘To the glory of God
and to the dear memory of
Edwin Penfold Hall and of Katie his wife
for 50 years worshippers in this church
both of whom died in 1910.
These altar rails were placed by their children.’
Notes on Weeds
Plants become weeds when they obstruct our plans, or our tidy maps of the world. If you have no plans or maps, they can appear as innocents, without stigma or blame.
A weed is a plant in the wrong place. What is the right place?
Or is a weed a plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered ( Emerson)
Weeds thrive in the company of humans.
obstruct fray escape
grow strangle break
in the shadows
sabotage persist thrive