Living in separate

Swirls of Nature

Coriolis Effect

Of whirling rain

Water down drains

Yet we pleasure the same

From birds and leaves

Clouds and trees

Souls tethered by

Distant shores of

Natural phenomena


Β© 2017 Clarissa Simmens (ViataMaja)

IMAGE: Coriolis Effect, Mother Nature Network


  1. A beautiful flowing piece, Clarissa, with a perfect close. πŸ’š What it brings to mind for me is that movies, books, songs etc lead us to believe that our lives and loves are not arbitrarily determined by random pedestrian details of the world. But they pretty much are. Admittedly this is just how I see it.

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    1. Hi Steve, So embarrassed because I never saw your comment (almost a year ago) and just want to say that I always appreciate not only what you write on your blog, but your thoughtful comments about the work of others! I like what you wrote. Must admit, now that we are able to communicate with the world via the internet, there is a whole new reality that needs to be worked out (at least in my mind). Thanks so much ❀

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      1. My pleasure, Clarissa, and thank you for your kind comment. And of course, nothing to be embarrassed about, I had no idea.

        In fact, I recommend using my approach. I call it “mad monkeys in a tree.” I don’t know what I’m doing, what I’m about to do, what I’ve done, what I’ve missed, what anyone else has missed, and I can never find my car keys. Or my car. πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’


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