Monthly Archives: February 2012

SPENDING DAYS

Moseying along one day at a time. . . days make weeks make months make years make smiles and heartaches frustrations, tears. . . but moseying yet– the only life we’ll ever get no moment lived can be held to … Continue reading

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URBAN FLOWERS

Urban flowers bedeck the ways according to the neighbors’ inner gaze that planned and planted myriad varieties of trees and shrubs and bulbs and even plants that’s good for grubs of colors, smells, and shapes, a panoply creeps via beams … Continue reading

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NEW DAY, FRESH SLATE

New day– fresh slate– where our desire comes into play. . . and sunshine early day– veiled, shy– has ventured in our company only she knows why. . . but in such company, we can be free to let ourselves … Continue reading

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EVEN SO

Evening the time to make even settling breathing calming blood and nerves and thought, feeling and twitchy, clenching flesh or at least to do my best.

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I STAND POISED TO OPEN

I stand poised to open. . . like the buds closed, clumped that dot the sticks and twigs that span from trunk to form the arms of winter trees. . . like the feathery seeded head of dandelion before the … Continue reading

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TO A HIGHER PLANE

I’ve just plain gotta change. . . but change can be a strain– requires a climb over hill sometimes descent to dale, through both fair and hostile climes to a higher, new and unfamiliar plane. . . so, my plan … Continue reading

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STEP BY STEP

Step by step– that way is best leaps and bounds can feel great but don’t expect them every day Take care that nothing needful do you skip in strides to be swift or hip. But it’s fit you also keep … Continue reading

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