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Recognizably Human, Unquestionably Other (On Wyld Feet, They Fly, Part IV)

I met a lady in the meads, Full beautiful ― a faery’s child, Her hair was long, her foot was light, And her eyes were wild. – John Keats, La Belle Dame sans Merci (Part IV of a series; for … Continue reading

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Intimate Familiarity (On Wyld Feet, They Fly, Part III)

Beauty began to change. Her hair was almost always a tangle… she was almost always barefoot ― there were hard calluses on her soles. Her senses were so sharp that she could smell and hear things she had never known … Continue reading

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Hobnails and Hot Iron (On Wyld Feet, They Fly, Part II)

She looked so sweet, from her two bare feet To the crown of her nut-brown hair Such a coaxing elf, sure I shook myself To see if she was really there… – “Star of the County Down” (traditional Irish folk … Continue reading

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Bare Feet, Sakti and Litte Bits of Madness

Of course, this is integral to the wisdom of indigenous people everywhere to pray by dancing, to pray with one’s feet.– Matthew Fox, The Hidden Spirituality of Men People who habitually go barefoot and expose their bodies to the sun, as … Continue reading

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