The lively world of our emotions, fears and responses is like a great forest with its fauna. We experience those feelings as though they were wild animals bolting through the foliage of our thick being, timidly peering out in alarm or slyly slinking and cunningly stalking, linking us to our unknown selves… Paul Shepard
The wrangler, the poet, the fireman
all live in the animal world of the amygdala,
Connection takes more thought, perhaps involving
the cortex, but who’s counting?
all images and poems Pam White