The earthy scent produced when rain falls on dry soil.
The word is constructed from Greek petra, meaning "stone" and chor, the fluid that flows in the veins of the gods.
Dawn, the newness slowly rouses, the smell of the earth permeates the wind, the freshness of the rain just fallen lingers in droplets on the sunlit grass, nostrils filled with this life. The velvety earth is luscious and rich, its weight found in sentience. The hues saturate senses and evoke emotions, deep and tranquil at times and light and airy at others. Here we can live, here we can be, promising the meandering of collective being. Each individual yet all in unity, all connected. The juxtaposing nature of nature. Air fuels fire, water douses fire, water swallows earth, earth is held by space, air makes life in space possible. The interconnectivity of life and the integration of the senses.