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Moonlight, Ralph Albert Blakelock, between 1885 and 1895

Moonlight, Ralph Albert Blakelock, between 1885 and 1895

We sight the mornings softly

Take to them easy

The scent of the wood and coffee

Our cup is filling.

 

Outside the river flows

Its course unfolding

A strength it never knows

A sweet outpouring.
 

—Joan Shelley, "Over and Even"

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Gary Paller, #17

Gary Paller, #17

"Words and ideas used of God mustn't have hard denotations. They have to be soft and pliant and suggestive. They have to whisper hints, nudge us gently and nod, 'Something on that order may be how it is.'"

—Beatrice Bruteau, God's Ecstasy

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Christian Rosa, This is it

Christian Rosa, This is it

"In the realm of aesthetics, reason is almost always subordinate to perception."

—Leonard Koren, Wabi-Sabi for Artists, Designers, Poets & Philosophers