Ritual for an Eclipse

This morning I woke early and took my time pulling myself into the day, lingering between worlds as I made every effort to recall the details of a night of fervent dreaming. I had woken several times through the night in pain, in the space between as thorns were pulled from my body, my arms. Many…

Continue Reading

The Wisdom of Tree

© Kerrie Basha, 2014 Nature continues to conquer the built environment through her lack of argument, steady growth (onwards! upwards!) and unswerving commitment to her true self. Once planted this tree will not move, accepting her station with resolve. Her hidden roots extend as deeply as the bulk of her trunk and are the greatest source…

Continue Reading

God Save the Dream.

{Photo: Mel Clark} By Kerrie Basha I have spent the last week or more properly chasing down my dream. I’m taking this thing seriously now, all of me. More than a passing fancy, well beyond an idea that became what? A hobby? Something I love to do all the time anyway? It has grown legs….

Continue Reading

Wisdom of Cat

Miss Elvira © Kerrie Basha, 2014 There is much to be learned from our immediate environment; it is how we bloom where we are planted. Much too can be learned from the people, the places, the objects and creatures who inhabit our lives. They are there for reasons beyond what we think we already know….

Continue Reading

Recipe To Restore The Soul

© Kerrie Basha, 2014 Take your body to the sea. If a forest or a river is all you have in the cupboard, either can be used in the recipe and work just as well. Add a bright blue sky and a light breeze. A howling gale may be substituted here for those who prefer a…

Continue Reading