Monthly Archives: April 2011

DREAM BY DAY BY DAY

Keeping the dream alive sometimes means just keeping myself alive– growing into the dream, dreaming into the growth that leads me to know the dream. . . to see it, to dream it to dream it, to see it the … Continue reading

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LIVING WITH ONE HAND TIED BEHIND MY BACK

Living with one hand tied behind my back– one eye closed– one ear made deaf to what distracts– a half-body numb to seal the soul from grieving feelings– a nose part clogged to blunt unpleasant scent– a tongue tied, relearning … Continue reading

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HAPPY EASTER!

A time to remember that redemption and renewal are not just possibilities but facts. Look around, +++++as the world renews, +++++this time of year– look there!, +++++Up to sky and tree +++++and down to stream and ground, listen +++++to the … Continue reading

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LITTLE DROPS OF WATERCOLOR

Little drops of watercolor in each dreamable hue, shade, and tone. . . like painted rain, they fall, then bleed and blend together across the endless page becoming one.

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THOSE BLOODY TURNIPS

They say you can’t squeeze blood from a turnip. But if you somehow manage to, It’s a good bet the turnip will be more than a little worse for the wear.

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SPRING, SPRANG, SPRUNG!

Spring, sprang, sprung! Simmer, specter of a seaside sandwich bar!– An itch that longs to don some thongs and kick them off, so sand grains gravelly or soft can slip through naked toes. . . the time remains not long … Continue reading

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IF THE SHOE FITS– CINDERELLA UPENDED

When I find that nothing I have anymore fits, And to sing means to cry and to dance is a highly risky circumstance And the eyes that the light at the end of the tunnel should hit BLUR OUT I … Continue reading

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