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Sometimes, when a bird cries out,
Or the wind sweeps through a tree,
Or a dog howls in a far off farm,
I hold still and listen a long time.

My soul turns and goes back to the place
Where, a thousand forgotten years ago,
The bird and the blowing wind
Were like me, and were my brothers.

My soul turns into a tree,
And an animal, and a cloud bank.
Then changed and odd it comes home
And asks me questions. What should I reply?

—Hermann Hesse

Photograph by Maia Flore from the Situations series.

from parabola-magazine.

Beauty & Symmetry: There’s something about the air in Napa Valley. Infused with the smells of the rich terroir, ringing with sweet birdsong & crickets…

the absolute magic of wildness 



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