Things do come together

Things do come together
As they are sorted out
When it is time always
One step and another
In the flow of life
And always love
One way or other
Replenish energy
Use what we have
Wise and prudent
With consciousness
Of where it comes from
And also where it goes
But — most of all
Where it is now
And what we do
To ease or aggravate
Since it is always both
Though we may want
To consider only one
Or maybe the other
Instead of balance
Opposites in unity
Leveling any bumps
Or else heaping hills
Sharpening blades
Or rounding edges
To meet half way
Anchored firmly
In sound harmony
And sweet silence.

“Ever again, keep going!” — life moves on

TetraNa based — voice by Christina Braun, 8-string guitar by Ulrico — 3:48

“If I ran the zoo” — by Dr. Seuss

“It’s a pretty good zoo,”
Said young Gerald McGrew,
“And the fellow who runs it
Seems proud of it too.”

“But if I ran the zoo,”
Said young Gerald MyGrew,
“I’d make a few changes.
That’s just what I’d do . . .”

“Yes . . .
That’s what I’d do,”
Said young Gerald McGrew.
“I’d make a few changes
If I ran the zoo.”

Things do come together — in many ways

Things do come together
Butterfly and flower come together — Papiliorama, Kerzers, Switzerland — photo by Karin Gsöllpointner