The Sagg Pond project by Christine Morro

Writing July 2, 2015

“There is another world, but it is in this one” – Paule Eluard

PASSAGE

unstrained movement in wild time

four deer cross the waters of Sagg Pond 19 April 2015 / sunday morning

Light and Lightness – one deer enters the chilly pond the second and third follow they move with the ease of something aquatic the fourth leaves the shore and slips silently into the water

from the southern edge of the pond they cross the wide pond body.

I am reminded of birth

When that which separates dissolves we awaken


“I am not only entranced by the flight of a bird but the just after; that space where no trace is left but is now changed.”

Christine Morro is an artist and writer informed by landscape, light, and the geological rhythm. She left her long time home in Brooklyn NY for a restored former horse stable on the eastern end of long island. During the summer months she heads to the Sierra Nevada mountains in Andalucia Spain. Christine will be publishing a series of short prose pieces that revolve around Sagg pond which she writes about and photographs regularly.

w. forthetimebeing.weebly.com  e. christinemorro[at]hotmail.com

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