Rhythms are many places.
Your body is an assembly awash with rhythms.
Some of the faster body rhythms include heartbeats and eye blinks. Breath rhythms are a little longer. Cycles of hunger and thirst occur multiple times daily. Sleep cycles are yet further apart. A host of rhythms are circadian, controlled by the 24 hour cycle of light and dark. Yet further apart are hormonal cycles, like the 28-day pattern of menstruation. Then come seasonal and yearly patterns.
In music, in sound, in percussion, is rhythm.
There are rhythms in language, and in poetry, in words.
There is Tennessee.
The other day I had to do some waiting. So I spent about a half an hour “waiting” with the camera. One of the things I was thinking about, not always overtly consciously, was rhythm.
This day, this day that I write this, is too nice not to go outside.
Time to take five, I guess.