Grace and Peace to you.
Everything is green, all right, unlimited, alive and moist. The mosses have intensified, the bloated brook's a winding slug asleep beneath its sheets of scum, the space between the trees is thick with wood-sweat, scents and bugs, the undergrowth bushed up so much that you can't see the marsh, or light. Vines creep and cling, insatiable; they'd gladly take the woods. The mud's a green brown sludge of living things. A clump of sunlight lies fermenting down between the cattail's legs. Air hangs like laundry, limp and damp. What mercy empty wind would be, an arctic breath, or something dry, some bounds to this fecundity, some distance, or a little death.
Deep Blessings, Pastor Steve
Steve Garnaas-Holmes Unfolding Light www.unfoldinglight.net