art by Josephine Wall “music”… “Art begs you to notice it. Why? Because art is God’s way of saying hello. So pay attention to poetry. Pay attention to music. Pay attention to paintings and sculptures and photo exhibits and ballets and plays. Don’t let all this go unnoticed. Your world is shouting out to…
Miguel Zotto and Daiana Guspero beautiful milonga dance at Tango Magia in Amsterdam
Photo credit: Butterfly Stock Photos The Whisper The Rhythm of Sacred Silence calls me back into ItSelf again and again… It waits patiently while I move through my stories ~ through my illusions ~ my contractions of fear ~ my brokenness… The Rhythm invites me to dance ~ to sway to Its movement ~ to…
Thousand Hands Dance (6 minutes)
Art begs you to notice it. Why? Because art is God’s way of saying hello. So pay attention to poetry. Pay attention to music. Pay attention to paintings and sculptures and photo exhibits and ballets and plays. Don’t let all this go unnoticed. Your world is shouting out to you, revealing something intrinsically glorious…
“Hummingbird” Fresh syrup in the feeder color dances in the air: a hummingbird- a joyful treat! Amira Colibrí Nectar fresco en el alimentador danzas de color en el aire: un colibrí- una dulce alegría! Amira
Come, my beloved, hear from me
Tales of the woods or open sea.
Of all the waltzes the great Strauss wrote,
mad with melody, rhythm–rife
From the very first to the final note,
Give me his “Artist’s Life!”
A LAUGHTER in the diamond air, a music in the trembling grass;
And one by one the words of light as joydrops
Ever followed a butterfly’s erratic flight, or gazed at the sun into the fading night?
I offer you peace.
I offer you joy.
I offer you friendship.
I hear your needs.
I see your beauty.
“Malagueña”, from Málaga) is a song by Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona; written in 1928 it was originally the sixth movement of Lecuona’s Suite Andalucia, to which he added lyrics in Spanish.