THE BREAKFAST GUEST

 

“If we had a keen vision and feeling of all ordinary human life,
it would be like hearing the grass grow
and the squirrel’s heart beat,
and we should die of that roar
which lies on the other side of silence.”

 

~ George Eliot ~

 

000 the breakfast guestDigitally enhanced image created from an original photo taken in August 2016.


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  1. “All lives are composed of two basic elements,” the squirrel said, “purpose and poetry. By being ourselves, squirrel and raven, we fulfill the first requirement, you in flight and I in my tree. But there is poetry in the meanest of lives, and if we leave it unsought we leave ourselves unrealized. A life without food, without shelter, without love, a life lived in the rain—this is nothing beside a life without poetry.” ~ Peter S. Beagle

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