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Tapestry

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Tapestry

Tapestry

		There are days and nights, you smell it in the air, it’s coming, droplets of harmony from the sky orchestrated by the clouds from up above.

 When this grand symphony performs my mind and soul dances, rejoicing from the sounds that quilt my ears with shallow and deep pitches, high and low tempos .

 This beautifully woven art  is what I call, “Tapestry”. If you observe and listen to the rhythm of these showers,  your being becomes soaked into a meditation, you’re displaced out of your physical.

 Tapestry either slows down or stops your routine of daily activities and at times is sudden, but shouldn’t never be considered an interruption, but a divine intervention of moisturizing the dry monotony.

 You can use these events to intertwine with your lover as your bodies are massaged by the fabrics of Tapestry, your souls can relax from the bathing experience.

 When there’s conflict amongst family and friends, let the heavens assist in consoling your problems with a congregation of aquatic sounds, cool and soothing.

 We also are nourished by this symmetrical design, as it hydrates the land, all living organisms succumb and would cease to exist without. 

Tapestry as you see has various effects on the world, we are blanketed with it’s many purposes and it should be respected and not tainted with pollution of our own creations that alter and hinder this constructed artwork blessing the planet, in which we should look at as a gift and not a curse from the creator. 


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                                                                                                                                                Roz

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