Saturday Morning September 19, 2020

I did this painting for a prompt (which I later altered and will post at some point), but it works for this message from the Oracle today.

death aches us
in black chants

she whispers:
do not ask me
to stop time

watch the sky–
her ship is a light
singing through the moon

in the language of
a shining wind

May our actions and words continue and honor the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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24 responses to “Saturday Morning September 19, 2020”

  1. tiffanyarpdaleo says :

    A great woman, RIP.

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  2. robbiec9 says :

    Wonderful painting and poem. Yes, very appropriate.

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  3. merrildsmith says :

    We (and the Oracle) were definitely on the same wavelength today. Yes, definitely aches and black chants.

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  4. msjadeli says :

    Kerfe I see this for Ruth and I see it for the big picture. Mother Oracle transmits and may those who read it pay heed. Looking at the painting in light of the poem, it conjures up all sorts of thoughts.

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  5. Sun Hesper Jansen says :

    The news broke after one of the worst fights my partner and I have had in our 20+ years (and we’ve had a few in the lockdown). Him, first thing this morning, poking his head into my room as I’m reading the news in bed: “Did you hear?” Me: “Ruth? Yeah…” You and the Oracle. Me and the tarot, drawing Justice. All of us together this day, honoring her legacy in art and verse. Pressing on.

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  6. Jane Dougherty says :

    Those last lines. Just lovely.

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  7. Betty Hayes Albright says :

    A powerful tribute, Kerfe.

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