Shard Of Heaven

You are but a tiny shard of pure heaven –
Hummingbird; darting, weaving the breeze,
hovering amid swooning blossoms.
Watch as they lift their skirts
at your arrival, so you may
sip their sweet nectar –
and in gentle
countless ways…
carry their hearts
with you into sky of blue.

© Roxi St. Clair

Nirvana

There are no boundaries
in this cosmic kaleidoscope –
only limitless expression
to be experienced
on every level
and through all realms
of space and time.

Emptied of distractions –
to rely on inner focus,
instead of eyes
to listen with heart,
instead of ears.

This place is… just is.

We are the masters of our journey
to complete synchronicity
where no other
may navigate on our behalf.

Here, we reclaim and become sum…

having nothing –
yet having everything.

© Roxi St. Clair

Doggy Pop Art

It’s another cold and rainy day here in Oregon! Heck, it’s been raining for a few days now and more to come as per the forecast… because… it’s Oregon! It was a stay indoors kind of day with my two dogs Yoda & Chili here next to me. Since I can’t see any color outdoors for the exception of the grey sky… I created some ‘color’ with my digital art programs and my furbabies were my subjects. 🙂

Saturday Squirrel

Here in Oregon, there is a lot of spectacular scenery to appreciate. My neighborhood is surrounded by an evergreen forest that is home to many creatures. I’m often visited by a myriad of them on a daily basis. They are all magical to me; from the tiniest of hummingbirds to the occasional deer that helps themselves to the bird-feeder goodies and all the creatures ‘great and small‘ in-between. This little guy was out this morning with his friends waiting and watching as I refilled the feeders and provided treats for the ground critters. Some folks call them a nuisance… but I call them my friends.

Seaside Oregon Hipsters

In the several years that I’ve visited Seaside Oregon, these guys and their dogs have always been parked at the same location playing guitar and rolling their joints. They’re very friendly and I enjoy talking to them during my visits. Their dogs always seem healthy and well-fed and enjoy the occasional belly rubs from visitors! The last time I went, I brought them some cheeseburgers to share with their dogs and dropped some pocket money into their jar in exchange for taking these photos of them (with their permission of course.) Blessed be to all who travel on this journey called life.