May 14, 2020

A Day to Fill

Tapachulteca

…Morning came, a day to fill with
Mayan majesty in ruins. Playing hunches,
We boarded the second bus, and setting out
Passed the birds in parti-colored plumage…


Who cared for time and timeless architecture,

Just one word, my darling…




Lines by Reid Baron from The Music of the Aztecs
and painting by artist Carolyn Taylor

In the Beginning

Poet You constellate the myths, O royal oracle of archetypes. Photo and poem by Jan Claire

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