Treasure Island

Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)

Eden Still Existent

New Zealand
South Island
West Coast

tropical rain forest
sacred images fuse soul
under canopy of life

Eden still existent
living temple of life
flowers in eye heart

breath embrace atmosphere
sight embrace vision horizons
touch ecosystem life non-life

sunlight wind kiss water soil
light water soil nutrients bless
plants into new sprouting life

lakes rivers landscapes
everything is connected life
water; water temperature

plants animals inhale air
light soil water work together
balance life elements least

plants die algae plants
produce oxygen produce fibre
feed herbivores omnivores

energy soil sunlight water
plants produce filter air
produce diverse vegetation

their plant bodies foods
animals herbivores feast eat
plants omnivores feast eat

plants animals both eaten
carnivores eat herbivores
sometimes other carnivores

webs of life interlock creation
decomposers break down dead
planets animals into elements

organic materials waste recycled
back into life nurturing womb soil
energy sunlight kiss soil water

interlocked ecosystems dance
cosmic creation life webs
strands of life sail cosmic winds

Copyright © Terence George Craddock

Submitted: Saturday, November 05, 2011

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