Friday, 1 October 2010

Unicursal


Someone
is shedding
STARS
in the labyrinth!

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Which one?
Which one of these women,
silently walking?

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Which one?


© Debra She Who Seeks 2006

19 comments:

Lyn said...

Again, Debra, beautiful! Love the gold stars too - very autumnal :-)

BugginWord said...

It was me. I rain down glitter and gold stars everywhere I step. Also, I smell like rainbows.

Snap said...

Lovely!

Jeanne said...

Maybe the Heavens laid the stars there to shine a guiding light for those who walk the labyrinth.....

theimaginativetraveler said...

Love the title, the photo and your simple, seeking words. I think the Goddess lays down stars to light the way on our path...:)

jaz@octoberfarm said...

i have really been enjoying all of the labyrinth posts!

YELLOWDOG GRANNY said...

I love these posts..have I told you lately how much I like you?

Cinner said...

maybe instead of leaves falling the stars are falling and if they hit the ground, new ones are formed....have a great weekend.

RA said...

Hand't you noticed... it's you! :)

Ricky Shambles said...

Thank you for that word. I will forever remember unicursal - and where I learned it. :)

Jabacue said...

Nice. At certain times we all shed a few 'stars'. What a lovely thought Debra.
Jim

Pearl said...

This one.

:-D

Pearl

laughingwolf said...

likely the one with the gray hair!

Rose - The Center of My Self said...

Oh, sparkly objects!

We're all shedding the stars; we are one awareness, one energy, one love together. (We only look separate in the temorary, physical world. Clever illusion, yes?)

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

Love the gold stars, they remind me of school as a child!

knitwit said...

I'm just getting around to catching up here. My life is very chaotic at the moment and your posts have reminded me to stop and breathe and meditate. Thank you!
I just checked out your post about the hayfield labyrinth--I had no idea there were things like this in my neck of the woods. I'd love to try walking a labyrinth at least once in my life!!

Rue said...

Shedding stars...perhaps Hansel or Gretel, so they can find their way back. I'd forget to drop the stars - being completely distracted by shiny things.

Oh well - I wouldn't mind being lost for a while in a labyrinth. (Not that you can actually get lost - being that they are not a maze. Which I learned, thanks to an earlier post of yours!)

Melita said...

ah, this is gorgeous! hugs!!

sophie... said...

seriously..it was I! I confess!!!