As far as I'm concerned you always get it right.
this is very ritual like, ceremonial. sacred. there are/were some cultures that use to preserve the placenta, after birth, as charms for protection of the child. in a way this reminds of that. saving the after-birth. a personal act.
That's exactly what wrapping this lively red stuff felt like - as if I were performing a ritual, and that this mass a bloody part removed from the body - leaving behind something more spiritual.
intimate minimalismquiet and unexpectedyes - ritualistic tootimeless...xox - eb.
over here, deep compression of emotion
saving the residue, important yes
Everything already said......and:When the wind takes certain seeds into it's vast, moving embrace, there's no knowing where,or to what glorious destiny they fly, only that it will be so.
Thank you for taking the time to connect. Much appreciated.xx