Thursday, 6 October 2011

stardust love planet


it is dusk and we leave our planets to step out into the stardust.
we find secret chambers along the way, and hearts lined with love;
and love so deep and wide the world itself is minute in the shadow of it.

i hold my own hands and evaporate.. ready to swing on a swing
that will carry me over the ocean and take me to the other shore.

america. america. america. america. america. i am coming home ♥

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

We will be glad to have you home! <3

Samantha Rose said...

Beekeepers quilt! Or is it a similar looking one? Your house is so pretty.

Valerianna said...

WowEEE! Maybe you will find yourself wandering a mossy path near THIS magical place... Safe and magical journeys to you!

Forest blessings from me, Pasha and our owls.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Welcome.

E said...

you are such a magical being ♥

Katie said...

I have to admit, I hope you're not going there for good! I just moved to London a week ago, and every time I wear my Woodland Hoodlet I hope you will somehow randomly see me in the street and feel the joy of seeing a stranger walking around in your creation. :)

If you ARE leaving for good, can I have your flat? :P

Pauline said...

OMG I want to live in that first photo!
Going home is always good sweety
Blessings and owlie love to you my dear

elizabeth said...

Your rings are so beautiful! <3

Pixiewear said...

sending you love and the lightness of owl wings to fly you safely home. xoxoxo

Coby said...

Safe travels and much fun and exploration. I wish you beautiful days and magical nights.

faerie finder said...

thank you lovely lovely hearts!

ahhh i must say the pictures are from we ♥ it..
so they arent me.. but i like em :)

hugs all around and thanks for all of the well wishes.
i am moving permanently! :D
ill come back to visit london of course
as it is very dear to me by now :)

CrochetBlogger said...

Beautiful poetic post! Happy travels!

Jackie said...

Oh Autumn is such a good time to go home! I hope the trees are all ablaze to greet you.

Purpletreebird said...

Good to see you're happy at going home, I love those unusual rings!
Jess xx

josephinetalepeddler said...

Wishing you safe and magical travels and that life in your new nest is sparkling. xx

Thalia said...

Really, America? I'm looking forward to seeing more of your lovely posts a bit closer to home (to me)! Although this is in fact a big country. :)

Kathryn Dyche Dechairo said...

Good luck with the move, love your kitties, they look a lot like one of my cats.

Plumrose Lane said...

Your imagery and tales are always so enchanting and magickal ~ thanks!
♥Sharon

Anonymous said...

So great to have you back in the states, perhaps knitting your way across the US? And any music in the future -- solo or Snowbird?

Anthropomorphica said...

Bright blessings for the path ahead dear wanderling. Beautiful are your words and images.

Such a Wondrous Place this Faery Space said...

I thought I heard a transitional moment. I want you to know that you will step with softness on the moss again and all is well. I send you thoughts of love and joy. Blessings, friend.

joanne May said...

All the very best with your move back to America. I know how stressful it can be moving back overseas. I hope your kitties are going with you!
Take good care.
xx

Fleur said...

those rings!!!!!!!
oh, you inspire me so much, my dear!
xx

Natanya said...

I miss you <3

Debbie Schramer said...

i hadn't visited your blog in a long time and found it again today! what a wonderful weloming visit it was for me.....your blog is absolutely beautiful....like stumbling upon a dream world. so glad i found it again!
debbie

Anonymous said...

where did you get those rings? I love them!!

Such a Wondrous Place this Faery Space said...

Hi dear, healing thoughts to you. I would love to know if you start-up a new blog or site. I think of you and wonder if you are listening to the drops of sunlight that wait for us to notice. I think that they will send you a song. I send joy and a lilt in your step to you, friend. Blessings, Amy Sperry Faldet