often, it’s the things right in front of us we can’t find…
my favorite timeto meditate before the dawndark mysterious eyes open to day Genie Nakano, 1 . 18 . 23
napping in on an autumn afternoon ahhhhh the simple life snuggled with love Genie Nakano, October 14, 2022 Yozu the new addition to our family in red — 9 months old Bodhi the little one — 14 year old. So much in love. Persimmon tree in the garden–five years old.
Hi my friends and family. I went to Hawaii in August and never came back. Now back as fall brings light rain into my garden. The grasses all dead and brown. So I finally decided to put in fake grass and stones to preserve our future water source. Anyway…I’ve got a few things published inContinue reading “I’m back ~~New work”
artichoke we discover our secrets
the sound of his flute bounce off canyon rocks fish jump within a dancing river in the land of Quechan genie nakano, 6.4.22 Quechan, a native American tribe always lived in the Southwest’s Colorado River Valley area. Quechan–those who descended by way of water.
tonight I’m going out to count the stars wait up for me I will bring some back Genie Nakano, 2016