Monthly Archives: November 2010

THE OPTIMIZATION OF SOLSTICE

Sun sets early. Rises late. Days have become so very short. But, come morn, we’ll see a change of yet another sort– Days will s-t-r-e-t-c-h. . . Nights will recede. . . The spring will come to fill our need. … Continue reading

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CORE SEEKS ITS OWN LEVEL

Spanning bumpy, grassy land based on real dirt is more than just a passing flirt. . . walking in brisk wind whose chilling whoosh with skirt-lifting force will have its course. . . toeing tentative toward ocean’s mighty tide. . … Continue reading

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PROMENADE AND PROMISE

If you should venture out for a walk in the rain, you may get drenched but the danger remains that the sun will come out to shine on you again.

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CAN YOU SEE?

[From some words I penned long ago, from a very young vibe] Can you see +++++the wind as it does change direction? +++++the splash as it blurs clear reflection? +++++the hare that dashes through the field? +++++the mystery of life … Continue reading

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DOODLE

doodle. . . drag inky point of pen and swirl– make chain of good, round loops– etch chicken scratches like cuneiform– release a doodle storm. . . relax the mind. . . let go the tense but weary waking state. … Continue reading

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LULLABY TO MYSELF

Could my mind +++++conjure up a teddy bear, +++++so well I’d really feel he’s there? filling cradling empty arms +++++with loving presence +++++and his fuzzy form? Could my imagination softly croon, +++++but loud enough to touch +++++my hearing flesh, +++++my … Continue reading

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SET THE SUN ARIGHT

Jet makes my day L–A–G. . . Sun should have set some good two hours ago or so, but burnt out red band between the violet ground and turquoise sky clings, with slow-to-go stroke of orange and yellow in between, … Continue reading

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OUT OF MY LEAGUE

Fatigue sinks me just one milli-league beneath the surface +++++where I seek to swim +++++or, without effort, float. . . +++++to feel the warmth +++++and soak +++++in the sun +++++that sends me life. So close to that surface– it makes … Continue reading

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THE DAY I LOST YOU

life’s calendar pages flipped back round to a date. . . someone to commemorate who is no more the tears are old but such a loss can never be completely told though I’ve cried my composure often has belied– even … Continue reading

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ALONG FOR THE RIDE

Release from the compulsion +++++to figure it all out +++++to calculate the incalculable +++++to evaluate the invaluable +++++to measure the workings of the heart and spirit +++++to emulate all the wonderful art ++++++++++that inspires me and has ++++++++++from some quite … Continue reading

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