Monthly Archives: March 2012

SPRING SIGHT

One fat chunky red and a smattering of bubbly white mushrooms glory in the grass-tracked hillside wood of weeping mud.

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A CLEAN, CLEAR WIND

A clean, clear wind comes buffeting the winter remnants ushers in the spring.

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REALIZING

Be real (true to you) Be realistic (project a plan that you can do) Realize your dreams (let loose the deep desire carry embers sheltered safe when winds whip too brisk to permit a full-blown fire). . . set sights, … Continue reading

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SILVER LINING

[In Memory and appreciation] Travel is a broadening experience. It makes one appreciate home. +++++++++++++++~my father A kernel of wisdom wrapped up in a rough husk of ironic wit so writ, in a letter to me while I enjoyed a … Continue reading

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SPRINGING OUT

Saturday awake aware a taking in of what I need a tending to my cares a victory to go from here to there and back again stow cares away. . . and let in wide outdoors trade to muddy grass … Continue reading

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AFTER THE DELUGE, ME

Apparitions: pics of life past drowned in the flood. . . soaked– colors let run images +++++burst into fragments hues +++++split out and scattered disorder +++++increasing with each pitter-patter. . . separate and free go the tints from their prison … Continue reading

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VORTEX

Caught into a whirl. . . Decisions. . . stem the tide! let evaporate the tears long cried over this and that love I could not see to live without who all slipped from my embracing grip and died. . … Continue reading

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A LITTLE AT A TIME

Making a stretch lengthening my reach strengthening my will– shoring up my flesh and bones honing bright my skill shining from my heart and twinkling from my eye– striding forth into the dell sending a wish up to my first-seen … Continue reading

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THE POWER OF A DAY

Hecka good day, especially for a 23 hour stand. Finding more strength than I knew I had, and seeing too, the weaknesses that have their say, learning how to be a human. Moving smooth from scary territory into a safe … Continue reading

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HERE’S TO LIFE!

Work. Play. As if it really matters. And all of life could be lived within this day. While rough spots hold their place amid the stretches sailing smooth– it’s the polarity between the two that will define the groove. So, … Continue reading

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