Monday’s Muse

You will remember… ~ Pablo Neruda You will remember that leaping streamwhere sweet aromas rose and trembled,and sometimes a bird, wearing waterand slowness, its winter feathers. You will remember those gifts from the earth:indelible scents, gold clay,weeds in the thicket and crazy roots,magical thorns like swords. You’ll remember the bouquet you picked,shadows and silent water,bouquetContinue reading “Monday’s Muse”

Recipe Thursday: Roasted Roots with Figs, Goat Cheese, & Almonds

This is such a great dish. It’s low-maintenance, super sexy, and can work as a side if you wish or has everything you need as a main course. It’s seasonal and substitutable with some things other than roots (like cauliflower or butternut/cup/acorn squash), and generally I don’t prefer Red Beets (they bleed too much) orContinue reading “Recipe Thursday: Roasted Roots with Figs, Goat Cheese, & Almonds”

Monday’s Muse

Inkamisana BY CECILIA VICUÑA Stairs & ritesnot for the foot The buildingthinks Angular rock Green skyscraper Black ziggurat Miniatureof time Madeinto altar Inventionof the night Sproutingat dawn Carved rockprayingas it buds Seeking the seedto sprout! Salivain torrents Cooling waterfall You redeem your field Salt head Streamof lights Double reflection Stone& water The samesprouting