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Lions Roar : March 2016
“ P APÁ!” cries my 18-month-old daughter, Clea Luz, one warm December evening on the patio outside our adobe home in Samaipata, Bolivia. I look into Clea’s green eyes. A second pupil—a white one—glows there: the full moon. “Luna!” she exclaims, pointing up at the moon rising over the Amboró Park cloud forest mountains. The urge to look up is overcome by Clea’s splendor. Her face is obliquely round; the curve of her nostril, round; her eye, round, with a plump moon joggling on her eyes’ surface. Something raw in me wants to paint a moonlight circle around it all, enclose it in a primal “O” from a time before letters. Aymara herders south of here still chart the night course of their salt caravans by studying the stars in a llama’s fat wet eye. To gaze at things obliquely, wrote philosopher John O’Donahue, is to at last see them. WILLIAM POWERS is the award-winning author of Tw e l v e by Twelve: A One Room Cabin, Off the Grid & Beyond the American Dream, and other books. Child of Nature Inspired by 18-month-old Clea—and her close friends Luna and Wawa —William Powers and his family put nature at the center of their lives. PHOTOBYMELISSACRANEPOWERS LION’S ROAR | MARCH 2016 49