Monday, March 12, 2012


nature |ˈnā ch ər|
1 the phenomena of the physical world collectively, including plants, animals, the landscape, and other features and products of the earth, as opposed to humans or human creations : the breathtaking beauty of nature.

Here we begin.
This is the nature of the night. We’ll leave before sunrise, when the flickering lights become indiscernible from the light of reality. We’ll kick off our glass slippers before the first rays catch us, we’ll make a home under the covers and hope it passes without noticing.
This is the nature of dreaming. We can free ourselves and face ourselves over cascading waterfalls of deep blue, we can be the very best and bravest. We can stare into a black nothingness and feel only the slightest stir of excitement. We are never as afraid as when we wake.
This is the nature of love. We can fall, fall, fall and never hit the ground. We stir an uprising in a glance, we change a season in a touch, we erase a lifetime of dreaded sunrises and so become the sun.

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