The glow of oranges and fading blue dusk of dawn
The impending sun rises on my back
The smoky haze of the last quarter shines on my left and follows
As I ride my mechanical steed to Shambhala
A cop car at the corner of Marcy
Emergency blue lights flashing and a steady red light hangs over the intersection,
I gave a good morning to our sleepy peace officer,
And with no other traffic in sight I felt slightly stupid standing there,
And so I asked if I blew through his red light
Was he going to give me hassle?
With laugh and a wave of authority, I was on my way…
When I arrive and begin to hitch my black beauty to my stop sign
Robert steps to me and introduces himself;
With a loaf of bread in one hand, and his other outstretched
I took his empty hand, and shook it, and said good morning…
He then shared the abridged version of his plight,
Offering what food I had, not interested, I then lied to him
And told him I had left all my monies at home…
(I don't believe he believed me)
We exchanged a few more words; I wished him luck with his trials,
(He is currently working with a lawyer)
As he walked on, I turned my back, and unlocked Shambhala’s gate
And continued to move through space with all the grace I’ve been given…
Earlier in the week I reached out to my Peregrine's Parents and the forecast was for rain… but you don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows… This morning as I rolled KONA Blackburn to the studio I watched robins egg blue in the west and sherbet orange glow in the east just before the sun rise, and hardly a cloud in the sky… absolutely beautiful day! And Frisbee?!? Sweet!!!
This afternoon is the first ULTIMATE frisbee practice for the Prospect Park Peregrines spring 2015 season...
I am very excited to begin where we left off with some of our falcons, and looking forward to meeting a flock of new birds too… Here is to the beginning to another great season, thanks to all of you that make it possible!
Please feel free to share or reach out…