To Stardust

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DSC00309a2wmBill’s comment at the “mirrored pool of thought” triggered this painting.
You see, everything evolves in a Spiral…Home, indeed. 

” To slough off the tyranny of geography,
my eyes sink into the Mirror Pool

My spirit follows. 

Interplanetary feelings well up from the abyss

Feelings of nothingness

The indissoluble links with a past where as stardust I voyaged among the stars

And as stardust I will return.

Home.”

DSC00309a2wmDSC00312awm  On wood 25 x 50 cm

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About Spira

” The eternal part of our being is conscious of the timeless essence of life & is aware that the past is nothing but a memento of the present and tomorrow a dream of the now. The very thing meditating & singing from within, remains always inside the boundaries of the primordial instant that scattered the stars into the cosmos.” Kh.Gibran

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  1. This is a beautiful painting with a mesmerizing poem to add even greater depth. Are there two paintings or is the lower one on the reverse side of the upper? I get the feeling when I look at these that I’m seeing the birthplace of stars, and I’m able to walk among them.

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    • Well, it’s the same painting. The first is a close up of the center portion. You may want to take a look at the previous painting called ‘From Stardust”; it might enhance the feeling you got…
      Thank you Talmage. 🙂

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      • Thanks, I get it now. I wondered about that, but I made the wrong assumption – that the second view (on the bottom) might be a closeup of the view on top. I was only 100% backwards, kind of like science in the assumption that the Universe consists of stardust (dark and light roasts), energy and nothing else.

        Thank you, I’ll spend some wonderful time with “From Stardust” and do my “yoga breathing” (slow, deep breathing) while your vision washes over me. You rock, Spira.

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