Monthly Archives: December 2010

MOVING ON

Sojourning solace stays with me a pace or two, but walks not so sure, where I will go. . . it then diverges from my path– footprints and specter face do vanish, having shown their last, each trace blown blank … Continue reading

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CHRISTMAS DELIVERY

+++++When I was seven years old, my parents sent me across town to a school that was in many ways new and strange to me. +++++I had to leave behind my neighborhood school that I used to walk to, and … Continue reading

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WHAT CAUGHT MY EYE

a streaming glint of light slants strongly upwards against the vast blue sky above the corner of my roof. . . “A spider web?” I think, but very high. . . and higher yet, appears the flash of sun upon … Continue reading

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I’LL FIND OUT

Can a clean wind +++++rip the weep ++++++++++from gripping muscles? +++++stir the soul ++++++++++where deep it sticks? Shy sunshine presides. . . +++++white clouds do billow I need to heed that call +++++to seek my refuge there, +++++in a brisk … Continue reading

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WALKING THE WINTER WALK

Dark solstice has slunk around the corner, the seed of spring hangs deep but palpable within the drenched cold air. . . In order to keep up with that quiet, upward swing I’ve got to get myself out there!

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ECONOMY OF SUNSHINE

There’s little that won’t get at least a little better with a grassy muddy stomp through high bay hills overarched by clouds of brilliant pink, rimming the dusky blue sky.

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BATTLE FOR THE DANCE OF INNER PEACE

If I feel well, I have to F-E-E-L. . . these transitory ills are not what’s real. . . but they defend a trench that guards the deeper, older circumstance that’s very hard to strive against and still keep up … Continue reading

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