We share ephemeral beauty

One thousand points of light is
an experiment in textured, familiar,
impermanent stories of the senses.

Join in and make light!
Linenoise
August, 1992; Euless, Texas
The brown shag carpet and wood paneling in the living room of your childhood friend who was the first to show you a lava lamp and rock music
Linenoise
July 5th, 2002; Columbus, Ohio
The picket fence just off High street you were leaning against when you first held hands with a girl you liked who you flirted with in Ancient Greek
Linenoise
Summer, 1989; Etoile, Texas
The swarm of flies around the dock just outside Nacogdoches where you caught your first and last fish and were sad for the fish and you were thirsty, too

Liked by @currentbias, @Danica
Linenoise
Summer, 1988; Galveston, Texas
The intermittent, violent fwoosh of natural gas towers punctuating your evening walk along the beach of decaying fish and balls of tar
Linenoise
February 10th, 2010; Arlington, Texas
The juniper smoke that filled and cleansed your overpopulated apartment as an itinerant Buddhist monk chanted in syntactically precise Tibetan
Linenoise
3:17pm, September 5th, 2016; Lakeside, California
The moment when you really need to pee, then you pee, then you touch ephemeral enlightenment in the overwhelming absence of desire

Liked by @currentbias
Linenoise
August, 2003; Nashville, Tennessee
The smell of coolant and smoke and excited green apparitions of hallucinatory sleep deprivation below your friend's desk in the cognitive neuropsychology building at Vanderbilt

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Linenoise
December 10th, 2002; Wertzville Rd, Enola, Pennsylvania
The minister and his wife who gave you a ham and mustard sandwich and a bed at his parsonage when your car got stuck in a ditch during a blizzard a mile outside of Hershey
Linenoise
December 29th, 2000; Frankfurt, Germany
The very kind man who offered you a ride from Idstein back to the airport in Frankfurt with stories of SALT inspections and Ukrainian wanderings

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Linenoise
January, 1999; Venice, Italy
The swarm of pigeons coming for the bag of birdseed your sister just bought as protestors cried out for environmental protection

Liked by @currentbias, @Danica