Monthly Archives: December 2011

ON A ROLL

Momentum and inertia can make or break anything you undertake, be it large or small. Stop +++++when you need to. . . go +++++when you need to flow. . . and change the pace +++++when you need to mete +++++out … Continue reading

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ON PURPOSE

Purpose can cut slow and smooth like water wearing down rock Or fast and rough, like metal hacking or saw-toothing through wood, Or invisibly, it can catch and push like wind that fills and propels a sail to drive a … Continue reading

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WINTER WHIRL AND WARMTH

Triumph, trials, tribulations whence and whither strong, cold wind that comes and makes the weather stepping out and schlepping burdens through a winter whirl of what really sticks and also what, no matter what, seems tough to get to hold … Continue reading

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DEVOTION

Movement. . . spurs on strength it is life– effect and cause. . . respite. . . or even longer pause life seen from the other side the coast, the float that restores. . . waves rolling tidal in and … Continue reading

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A CRISP COOL WALK

A crisp cool walk sun sink whole days rays stream oblique trees burst with hues green red gold fresh air feeds me so deep dark, but so that bright light reflects like still surface of a mountain lake.

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THE MEANS TO THE MOON

The moon lives so high up in a cold, dark sky. . . The voyage is a rite of passage I feather-by-feather my spanning wings and roll the balls to lube the keenness of my eye. . . wonder when … Continue reading

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DEER CROSSING

The spirit of a little deer continues to walk this world. I wonder where its mama was, While it was darting across the boulevard In the dark– A startling sight before me passing through my headlights after a long, long … Continue reading

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