Monday, April 16, 2012


Seven chakras
Seven wonders of the world
Seven pillars of wisdom
Seven naked-eye planets
Seven Sisters (Pleiades)
Seven seas
Seven cities of Cibola
Seven deadly sins
Seven seals
Seven churches
Seven bowls
Seven trumpets
Seven tribes
7 x 7 = 49, the number of days in the bardo between death and rebirth in Tibetan Buddhism
Seven colors
Seventh son of the seventh son (the psychic/healer)
Seven ages of man
Seven days of creation
Seven hills of Rome
Seven lucky gods (Japanese)
Seven sages
Seven-year itch
The Magnificent Seven
Seven dwarves
Seven Against Thebes
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Seven Bridges Road
Seven Samurai
Seven Voyages of Sinbad
Seven-Mile Bridge
Seventh heaven
Seven horcruxes
At our house: Seven yellow feral cats.
In math, does it take seven points to plot a spiral? (I don’t know, I’m guessing)

Seven springs that should be saved: Ichetucknee, Juniper, Manatee, Rainbow, Silver, Wakulla, Wekiva

1 comment:

  1. This is as lovingly beautiful a poem as I have ever read...Gene